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Reviewed 20 May 2015

This hotel is in a historic hospital building, but you'd never know it from looking at it. The outside is graced by a lovely porch on both sides facing the street (it's on a corner lot), where there are gorgeous hanging baskets of flowers (in season). The inside has been lovingly appointed with beautiful antiques, art (some of it by the owner) and modern bathroom fixtures. You will feel completely pampered! It's a beautiful, beautiful place, and I highly recommend it, if you want something out of the ordinary.

  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled with family
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1  Thank KrisRudin
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Reviewed 16 September 2014

Owned by the Hotel but a separate property... just down the street. Looks like an old apt. complex converted to motel. No sign in front, no indication it is a motel. Check in at the hotel, and the owner takes you down here. Stayed on the ground floor. Concrete floor with no rugs or carpeting of any kind means you need slippers all the time. TV is right out of the 70's and is about 16". This is bearbones accomodations, but to be fair, is only $65 a night. Second floor has nicer rooms, and their own HVAC units.

Room Tip: Get on the second floor
  • Stayed: September 2014, travelled solo
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1  Thank terrywaldon
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Reviewed 22 August 2014 via mobile

Excellent hospitality and very artfully furnished...a great find! Feels much more like a B&B than a hotel and our room was spacious and well appointed. Very clean with tactful artwork throughout the premises. A nice historic building in the heart of an interesting town!

Stayed: August 2014
1  Thank Terry M
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

Bonnie Springs, the manager, is an artist who painted our suite with alerting, highly saturated colors. This small hotel c. 24 guest hotel is a retrofitted former frontier hospital from c. 1900 decorated with a mélange of eye-catching objects d'art. The public walls feature Bonnie's paintings, a Polynesian plaque and tons more. For $120 a night we get a deep, yellow-green bedroom, a slate gray sitting room/kitchen and a cobalt blue bathroom. We can help ourselves to food in the common, downstairs kitchen and have enjoyed the old books. The hotel principal,, Gene, did our laundry and delivered it to our room. The Stevensville Hotel lies but a few steps from Main St, which is decorated by among other things, some pleasant junk shops, the only storefront Episcopal Church (not Pentecostal) I've ever seen, the Catered Table restaurant and much else..

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Quentin R
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Reviewed 25 June 2014

Really pleased with my experience here. My accommodation ("Nurse's Quarters") was even better than I'd anticipated. Furnishings and little touches all first rate. Overhead fans in both rooms of the suite, and with windows that open I didn't have to use the (portable) A/C unit despite 80-degree temps outside. I didn't eat the breakfast (although it looked fresh and ample) but I did have coffee--and because I'm an early riser, the owner reset the coffee pot so it would be ready when I got up at 4 AM! The suite had a small sitting room/kitchen, although I didn't use the kitchen (microwave, refrigerator, sink, and basic tableware) plus a table for two and a couch. Bath towels were high-quality cotton. Live (thriving) plant in the suite! Wifi worked fine. Didn't miss not having a TV. Sat out on the porch before dinner one evening enjoying the lovely potted plants and the small-town quiet. In the winter the spacious living room would serve as a welcoming gathering-place. It's the little touches and the person-to-person interactions that matter so much. I will stay here again next year when I come!

Room Tip: Suites/rooms are all described on the website so you can get just what suits.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled solo
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1  Thank Robin B
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