The best part of the B&B was the breakfast, which I had read about on Trip Advisor. They offer a few selections for breakfast that you choose from the night before, along with the time you want to eat. Upon coming to breakfast the next morning, Jed's role is more of the hospitable concierge while Virginia is putting the finishing touches on your food. Both are very calm, making for a very relaxing breakfast. I kept picturing Chris and I in this scenario and I'm not so sure I could be as calm as Jed & Virginia were, I would be too nervous cooking for people waiting to be served! I told Chris our roles would be reversed and he would be the one cooking with me working the front of the house. Items we had for breakfast were: spinach & goat cheese quiche, eggs florentine, a southern breakfast of eggs, toast & grits and a fried egg topped with bruschetta served on a baguette. I was seriously excited for breakfast each morning and wish we had taken more pictures of the food. Also, the cookies set out in the afternoon were Martha Stewart-esque; they melted in your mouth. I would come back from the beach for different items and sneak a few cookies for us each time.
I signed their guestbook after breakfast one morning and wrote that instead of selling the coffee mugs and other promotional items, Virginia should just write her own cookbook to sell. I would have gladly paid for a copy.