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Linda and John Franklin are natural entertainers. Happily married for 32 years, they have traveled and played music around the world, along the way experiencing many fine accommodations. They owned and operated a 250 seat restaurant on the Delaware River in Bucks County, Pennsylvania where they hosted several weddings. Thanks to this history, the Franklins find it second nature to own a B&B and their Wedding Venue.


“We love making people happy. When we had our estate in Bucks County we hosted dozens and dozens of parties. We so enjoy meeting new people and giving our guests an experience they will never forget.”


John is semi retired from a successful design business. www.franklindesign.us  Both John and Linda have a deep love and history in music. www.lindazapffranklin.com


Many friends and guests have asked John and Linda, Why Floyd County, Virginia?

Here is what John has to say.


“Synchronistically...We came here 25 years ago, bought a 130 acre farm and wanted to raise the kids here but fate kept us in Bucks County. We sold the farm here in VA and then when the kids were raised and the wheels of fate continued to turn we came back to Floyd.

We love it here. There are many very cool old farms still here. The land is so enchanting... There are quartz boulders everywhere and old Locust tree groves. Fresh water springs bubble out of the ground.  A lot of great earth people have settled here, making for a lovely, diverse community. The indigenous hill folk are kind and good to know. The climate will blow your mind. Our elevation at HH is well over 3,000 feet so it is rarely humid, the sunlight is crystalline and the breeze is delightful. So yeah, we love it... We just wish everybody could taste what is here, it would certainly make the world a better place...”

John and Linda having Sunday brunch on the second floor porch of their restaurant, The Raubsville Inn on the Delaware River in Pennsylvania.

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