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This is my third time staying at the Covered Bridge Inn. Why? The STAFF!!!!!!!!! The most welcoming staff including Bill and Kelli. They accommodated my special requests with NO HESITATION. I look forward to my stay every year. Thank you Bill and Kelli.
Owner Bill was a wealth of information on the area and super helpful. Rooms were immaculate! They were able to accommodate my 80 year old mother and keep us on the 1st floor near the door. They allowed pets and that was a plus! Very...More
We stayed Oct. 20 and 21 at this hotel and we were so pleased. The owner, Bill Thede is a delight - friendly, welcoming, helpful - a real charmer. He alone would have made this a great experience. The hotel is older - was once...More
We stayed here while we were here to see the John Wayne Museum. The room was very clean and the bed comfortable. The owner checked us in and treated us like a lifetime old friend. If you are in Winterset, this is the place to...More
Should not even be two stars however, because the manager was so personable I gave him a star. The place is old and run down . Every place you turn you will find glade scented ball jars or plug ins. The place reeks of fake...More
They do allow pets. The couple across the hall had a small dog. He barked a lot and jumped and scratched at the door. Owners and guests not happy with that justifiably. Be respectful of others when bringing pets and leaving... More
They do allow pets. The couple across the hall had a small dog. He barked a lot and jumped and scratched at the door. Owners and guests not happy with that justifiably. Be respectful of others when bringing pets and leaving them alone in a strange place.