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Walked into a fairly nice room, but only 1 of the 4 overhead bulbs was working and there was only 1 (flimsy) hanger in the closet. Suggests to me that there is a lack of concern for their guests' experience. WiFi worked for iPhone, but...More
Fairly good location in town, however, very limited parking. The room was clean and the bed comfortable although it squeaked when one of us moved. Overhead fan worked, but we had to open the door and window to cool the room first. There wasn't a...More
Breakfast was good, with one large table so a chance to chat with the other guests. Same at happy hour, with a glass of wine and snacks provided. Checking in was perfectly efficient, but the receptionist could smile just a little. The exterior is a...More
We had the worst reception at a hotel ever. I wanted to cancel my reservation right away and ended up with a stomach ache.
At the end we stayed at this place because our reservation was already paid, but the bad feeling remained.
US$140 - US$230 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did... More
We stayed in room 7 in the main house overlooking the street. It did not have an air conditioner. That said this is a coastal town and rarely gets hot enough for AC. We proped open a window to get fresh some air. We did have a nice gas fire place that we used. The main house is the original building and that for us is part of the charm of the place.