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This building was built in the mid 1800's so the rooms still retain much of the historic character. The room we chose (of the three available) was the largest with a private bath and king sized bed. The A/C worked great and the bed was...More
Lynda was very flexible with my wife and I coming in later than typical closing time. We were able to have whichever room we wanted (we were the only couple there) even though we chose a different room prior. It was a quaint old house...More
Historic building. Stayed in the Amelia room. Bed was super comfortable. Room was spacious and had a private bath. No tub, but the shower was nice. I always take a Belkin 3-outlet surge suppressor with 2 USB ports for charging my devices and was concerned...More
Coffee cups were dirty, rat pellets, dead bugs, no breakfast or owners on site, room temps were inconsistent, the room next to mine had a fireplace that made the whole place smell like gas, and I had to leave my room to get to the...More
My husband and I, along with another couple, stayed here for the Wine and Chocolate event. We had the Amalia Reiff room. It was fine. The other couple stayed in the John Reiff room. This room was okay, but the bathroom was not good at...More