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Morning Glory Inn Hotel Review: Consider the entrance of this beautiful brick building a harbinger of things to come. The massive, beautifully carved front door reflects the attention to detail you will find within. Innkeeper Nancy Eshelman has taken great care with the décor in this 1862, Italianate-style Victorian. The place is almost always full (with the exception of January through March), and Eshelmans' consideration of the needs of business travelers means you won't always find the typical B&B crowd here. Each of the bedrooms is individually decorated. In the Garden Room, for example, there is white wicker and pink lattice wallpaper, while in the John G. Fisher room the tones are earthier, although the style is still Victorian. Striking accents include the black wallpaper dappled with pink roses in the Josephine Ormsby Yard room. Each accommodation has a private bathroom. Rooms are also equipped with business amenities like private speaker phones, voice mail and wireless Internet access. Original pine floors and a fireplace adorn the home's former kitchen, which now serves as the dining room. Among breakfast offerings are treats such as cold strawberry soup or cinnamon bread pudding French toast with bourbon sauce.