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Our bed and breakfast is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

The Ballroom Suite at Dreams of Yesteryear Bed and Breakfast

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From Butler's Pantry to Kitchen

The kitchen - in the afternoon when guests arrive, it's usually a quiet, peaceful place, and tea and coffee sachets are on the counter next to the cookie jar. But early in the morning, it's a hub of activity and the source of delicious aromas wafting up the stairs, inviting the guests to a gourmet breakfast.

The Kitchen at Dreams

Life was a little different in 1901. The family probably ate most meals in the formal dining room. The meal was served by employees, and the kitchen was in the basement. Where the modern-day kitchen is, used to be a small butler's pantry.

In the 1970s the kitchen was remodeled.  The wall adjoining the dining room was moved, opening up the more spacious galley-style kitchen that is here today.

The galley style kitchen at Dreams of Yesteryear bed and breakfast.
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This glass-door cabinet was built by Bonnie's father.

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A small table in the kitchen nook.

The nook in the kitchen provides a less-formal dining space, where one can chat with the cook (a.k.a. hostess) during breakfast.

A viiew from the east end of the kitchen.

Once a tiny butler's pantry, a 1970s renovation that moved a wall a few feet into the dining room opened up a nice galley-style kitchen.

The wall between the kitchen and dining room that was moved to make more space for the ktichen from the former butler's pantry.
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This glass cabinet was built by owner Bonnie Maher's father Carl Pawelski as a place to display crystal and glassware used during breakfasts at Dreams of Yesteryear.

The entrance to the kitchen nook from the bottom of the maid's stairway.

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