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Very old building, not very well maintained. I would give it 3 stars at best for the look and comfort. Also, it has old windows that are drafty. 1 small heater did not warm up even a single room I was in ( the rooms...More
The Henrietta House is one of those wonderful places a person wants to share, but is afraid it will become so popular there won’t be room for a return visit. Everything from the fruit and homemade biscuits, much appreciated after weeks on the road, to...More
Visiting from Los Angeles --
Stayed here for one night and so glad I did. Very warm and inviting place that beats the pants off the commercial hotels in the area for a very unique and personal touch. Receptionists and help staff are very kind...More
Right from making the booking, to arriving at Henrietta House, to leaving, each step of the way was facilitated by the excellent knowledge and helpfulness of the staff. The rooms were very comfortable and had every amenity required. The location was very central, with easy...More
I and my (adult!) daughter shared a small double on the lower ground floor for two nights at the beginning of January. The room was small but very comfortable, particularly the bed! Staff in the hotel were extremely pleasant and helpful, the breakfasts were ample...More
Yes, there is one room on the ground floor however there are at least two outside steps up to the front door and because the building is a Grade 1 protected historic building they have not allowed any modifications to the... More
Yes, there is one room on the ground floor however there are at least two outside steps up to the front door and because the building is a Grade 1 protected historic building they have not allowed any modifications to the entry way.