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We requested a reading lamp on both sides of our bed, and the request was honored. The room overlooked the river, had all the correct number of towels, soaps, hairdryer, shampoo, etc. All in the room was in great working order. As noted by other...More
I am glad we listened to other reviews that praised the Old Red Mill. It is a great place for a one-night stopover in this quaint town. The man I believe is the owner checked us in and explained a little about the place. (If...More
Definitely a budget accommodation. The cook broke his ribs earlier this summer and no one else wanted to step up into his job, so the restaurant is closed, likely forever, giving this place an abandoned vibe. The place is often locked up, but if you...More
The first floor lobby of this hotel is decorated with interesting bits of an old mill--e.g., saw blades as overhead light holders, huge old bellows as room dividers--but it was also dimly lit and so quiet we wondered if the hotel were really open. The...More
The Old Red Mill...well it's not the 4 Seasons but in the category of inexpensive hotels it really doesn't get much better than this. As a single, for a person that needs a place to rest their head it isn't bad. For my wife, who...More
US$73 - US$86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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