World’s Best Robes Found At Stonehurst Place Bed & Breakfast

Stonehurst Place, built in 1896 and renovated beyond its original grandeur, has been awarded by travelers as having the “Best Robes” out of 8,500 B&B’s around the world.
By: Prairie Dog Media
Stonehurst Place robe by Boca Terry
Stonehurst Place robe by Boca Terry
Feb. 9, 2011 - PRLog -- “Warm, welcoming and full of character and charm, Barb Shadomy & Caroline Holder offer exceptional hospitality and effort to go that extra mile,” said Pamela Lanier of the well regarded  “Earning themselves the designation of ‘Best Robes for 2011’ with Lanier readers, this B&B truly stands out above the rest.”

Pamela Lanier’s Bed and Breakfasts, Inns and Guesthouses International has been assisting inn goers with a comprehensive variety of boutique lodgings since 1982, announcing “Best of” winners for 28 years in a row, the oldest and most prestigious B&B vote program in the world.

“We are proud to be honored with this award in conjunction with a property like Stonehurst Place,” said Edward Cohen of Boca Terry, robe supplier to Stonehurst Place and a leading international distributor of luxury bathrobes and accessories to hotel and spa industries.  “Just as Stonehurst Place stands apart with exceptional service and amenities, the strength of our products distinguishes us from our competitors.”

Stonehurst Place is Atlanta’s first EarthCraft Certified bed and breakfast featuring three suites and two deluxe rooms with gourmet breakfast served to guests each morning.  On display at the inn are original art works by Andy Warhol, Dale Chihuly and Jim Dine, as well as vintage pieces from Hermes and an 1800’s antique Chinese robe, all from Shadomy’s private collection.  For more information on the special features and offerings for guests at Stonehurst Place please log on to

For information on Boca Terry product lines and pricing, visit  Access a complete list of Guests’ Greatest Picks Award winners at

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Luxury, eco-friendly bed and breakfast in Atlanta, Georgia USA, in an 1896 National Historic Register home. Transformed by award-winning renovation led by designer/owner Barb Shadomy. Perfect for business and leisure travel, and romantic getaways.

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