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Here at the Cottage, join folks like actors Kirstie Allie and Shalim Ortiz in finding the grace of the old, the charm of the new, amid the peaceful green fields and sheltering oaks. Each room has a queen bed, european decor, sitting area, private bath, cable tv, comfy robes, central heat/air and charm to spare! Enjoy our relaxed romantic atmosphere, and nearby sights and activities, from golf, hunting or fishing, to antiquing to dog racing and poker, to theater to kayaking! Soak away your cares in our big claw-foot tub, have a massage, or just enjoy our Jacuzzi. Let us make you comfortable! The most elegant dining in the area also available in our gorgeous dining room, by advance reservation only! Recent guests said our cuisine is better than Emeril's!

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Toll Free: (866) 342-3541

TollFree: (866) 342-3541

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Located in Monticello, The Cottage Bed & Breakfast is in the historical district, minutes from Monticello Opera House, and close to Monticello Vineyards & Winery. This romantic bed & breakfast is within the region of Letchworth-Love Mounds Archaeological State Park.
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Parking: Lot

Property Amenities: Free breakfast, Library, Spa tub, Wedding services, Garden, Fireplace in lobby, Laundry facilities


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Martha M.



What a find! Gorgeous, unusually elegant, fabulous food. Better than other 5-star places we've stayed in. And the hosts are brilliant



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My girlfriend and I stayed at The Cottage last year and it was so very great! We went to New Orleans and then came back there it was so good. The food was better than Emeril's in New Orleans when we went there. Magnifico! Giovanni

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