|General||Bar/Lounge, Gift shop, Hot tub, No smoking, Parking (free), Pool (outdoor), Restaurant|
|Activities||Fitness center, Skiing (downhill)|
|Services||Meeting/Banquet facilities, Spa|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)|
Excellent, 211 reviews across the web
|Bathroom||70% were |
|Service||90% found the |
|Breakfast||82% found the |
|Reception||82% said the |
|Room Size||Only 54% said |
|Price||Price is tolerable. Only 51% of guests had positive things to say about it.|
|Noise Level||65% thought it was |
|Room Maintenance||51% thought they were |
|Room||60% said the|
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Very quiet location (we were in 'Stevens House,' across the road, behind some private homes), though in some ways too quiet; it felt a bit deserted and isolated. The bed was very comfortable, the wifi was good and reliable, windows opened for fresh air.
Felt dowdy for 3 stars; room did not feel secure, and no services in this 'cottage'; everything was inaccessible, across a busy road. No safe in room, flimsy lock on door, deserted building.This is clearly an old 'inn' aiming for the colonial feel, and generally achieving it. The ambiance, though, was a little too old-timey, with old twist button locks on the room door, which anyone could open by lust leaning hard, or by sliding a credit card into the gaping space between door and jamb. The lobby was furnished with the requisite chintz, overstuffed furniture and 'colonial' knick-knacks, with a heavy (too heavy) overlay of Yankee-candle that couldn't disguise an undercurrent sour smell that could...
The rooms were large with a nice bathroom.
Disappointed we were not in the main hotel but instead in a satelitte B&B with no staff present.
Right at the best place to experience the annual Norman Rockwell's Christmas on Main St
Seating in the Tavern - has too many people walking thru itLoved the food!
the restaurant - the meals were excellent
We were in a guest house. I would have preferred being in the main building. We followed the instruction for ordering room service but our order was never picked up.
This is an authentic, and I mean authentic, hotel from a bygone era.
We loved it. Nothing wrong at allMost hotels that were the classic mainstays of their time and too good to be disposed of, have been purchased and 'restored' by major chains, and perhaps that was the only way to save them. The exterior may be the same, but the interiors typically are the first to go. Here, you won't find a Jacuzzi in the bedroom, plaster walls and original woodwork remain, the floors the same ones dignitaries from times past have walked on and have not been replaced with modern prefinished wood flooring. Not that those things are bad, I have them in my own home, but it is a rare experience to actually stay in what is almost a living museum. Go for the experience.