The House At Holly Crossing was built in 1892 near the turn-of-the-century where the railroad tracks met main street in this historic railroad village. The original owner, Mark Tenny, was an engineer of the Panama Canal. Mr. Tenny served as Holly Village President for many years and is remembered with a street named in his honor. Visit Historic Holly and go back in time. Ornate Victorian shop fronts, the feel of cobblestone underfoot, and the sound of a train whistle are reminders of days past. Holly Crossing offers six beautiful bedrooms, with private bathrooms which have been painstakingly prepared for your visit. We offer two suites and four rooms to choose from. All of our suites and rooms are decorated with antiques, special touches and amenities to make your stay feel as cozy as home. All rooms and suites include cable television and queen sized beds. All in room fireplaces are gel-fuelled for your safety and ambience. Use of gazebo & gardens ~ $150.00 hr. (minimum 2 hours). $75.00 an hour each additional hour after the first 2 hours. Includes coordinating of wedding event, set up and tear down of chairs and gazebo decoration. Flowers can be purchased separately.
Holly Crossing Bed & Breakfast, Holly
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Holly Crossing Bed & Breakfast