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A nice hotel, old, but well restored, but still showing its age a little. Wonderful staff, well organized and helpful. Great with restaurant suggestions. A fair sized lobby with a computer and a nice little front veranda/porch great for people watching. Reasonable cost.
There could not be a better location, but it is a bit funky. We actually loved it, but may upgrade our "courtyard" room to an outside (view) room next time around. We seek out "worn elegance," and this would definitely qualify. Staff was absolutely wonderful....More
We are so in love with this hotel! I would suggest it to anyone who wants to stay in a 100 year old hotel. Impressed with the cleanliness, the bed, the room is awesome. The hotel staff is great as well.
Built in 1911, the hotel combines historical ambiance with modern conveniences. Located downtown, it is in walking distance of all the local shops, micro-brewery and wine taste places. It rightly boasts “41 renovated guest rooms and suites, beautifully appointed in classic European style with all...More
US$140 - US$212 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy... More
We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy finding a place on the street up from the hotel--a very short walk. We loved the restaurant in the hotel and that's where we had dinner. The owner was really nice and it made for an easy place to go after a long day of driving. We later walked up and down the street and there were other nice looking and packed restaurants. Breakfast at the hotel was perfect.
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"Choose 3rd floor rooms if possible to avoid any people above you because of the creaky flooring."