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Historic hotel located in very nice old town. Staff were very courteous and friendly and provided excellent service. Amenities reflect that the historic qualities and available services and add to the charm of the hotel.
Second floor veranda is a great place to sit, soak...More
This place was recommended by other travelers but we found it to be less than satisfactory. The room was on the 2nd floor, up a steep set of wooden stairs (no one available to help with luggage). It had one window that looked out over...More
We stayed here for the Louise Penny book signing in late August. We had a good idea what this inn would be and it was as expected - a step back to Victorian times in Knowlton.
We requested the larger suite (Room 1) and it...More
Stayed here with a bicycle group filling the hotel. Rooms are comfortable with a good window A/C. Very handy access to their bar and restaurant. Beds are just so-so, but adequate. The highlight is the second story covered porch with nice rockers and seating -...More
The auberge felt like we were stepping into a small auberge in France - comfortable, quiet, relaxing. The food in the Relais was excellent! Everyone we dealt with, the owner, the chambermaid, the waiters, were friendly, helpful and interested in us and our visit. The...More