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Cute little main street but the rooms really needed new flooring. I'm all about keeping it original but the carpet was so nasty in our room and it's not like that was the original carpet that they didn't want to rip out. other than that...More
This hotel rates itself as "historic" when truly it should be rated as dilapidated and dirty.
Plus they charged my credit card a week before our arrival for non-refundable room charges for the entire group 5 rooms.
Rooms were dirty, peeling wallpaper, shabby bedding...More
What a disappointment because I wanted to love this place and we were so interested in its history. However- this hotel is truly dysfunctional. It's such a shame, because it's so quaint and historic. But if we hadn't been traveling with small children and it...More
We stayed at the Jefferson Hotel five years ago and looked forward to taking our grown children with us this time. Both times the rooms were beautiful and the location great, but this time our room (#21) was advertised incorrectly and also needed maintenance. On...More
Been planning to spend a weekend in Jefferson for many years, and finally got around to it a few weeks ago. Jefferson is a very interesting and historic little town, with dozens of historic buildings and homes, more like the deep south than the stereotype...More
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I dont know about the name writing on a mirror but my husband and i stayed in room 4 and i took my personal vouce recorder and did capture a womens voice and although the rooms are not insulated and you csn hear people... More
I dont know about the name writing on a mirror but my husband and i stayed in room 4 and i took my personal vouce recorder and did capture a womens voice and although the rooms are not insulated and you csn hear people coming and going, i could still tell the difference between spirit voice and someone talkibg in the hall. You just know!