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My friend and I stayed at the Inlet Inn for two days. This was a most pleasant experience. If you are looking for a light, airy room with a quaint feeling, wanting to sit back and relax and possibly see dolphins swimming in the waves...More
I stayed on the second floor which I loved. A nice balcony to enjoy the view of the water, but not on the first floor which is closer to street level (note: 3rd floor doesn't have a balcony). The service was great, checking in and...More
Stayed here 2 nights in room 202. Fabulous waterview and activity on Front Street. Only downside was the tour boat that felt he needed to blow horn at 9am to announce his departure 😣. This is a perfect location for light shopping and terrific restaurants...More
When our child found chewed gum on the headboard of the bed we were like "oh well" someone just didn't notice. But it got worse. The staff was short and rude. The beds were not cleaned during the day for no apparent reason. The room...More
We stayed here only overnight but this place is clean, comfy and quaint, just like the town it sits in. However, they say they have free breakfast everyday but it's just muffins and bagels with coffee and juice. So if you're looking for a heartier...More
Greetings. Our street side rooms are in the same building as the waterfront rooms. Our building is L shaped and the non-water rooms are on the shorter side facing Queen st. We do not yet have pictures posted for those rooms... More
Greetings. Our street side rooms are in the same building as the waterfront rooms. Our building is L shaped and the non-water rooms are on the shorter side facing Queen st. We do not yet have pictures posted for those rooms however they would look the same as our waterfront rooms only with a trees and street view.