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Greystone Manor is a lovely old Victorian home with a variety of rooms to choose from. The downside is the location right on Old Philadelphia Pike which is a very busy and noisy road. I was there for three nights and did adjust to the...More
I spent two nights at this B and B. My stay was adequate but I will not return. The room was very small and the street noise was quite loud. The traffic did let up after 11 though. The a/c was loud and when it...More
We enjoyed our 2 night stay. This is a very charming b&b full of character. It is close to a main road by separated so we had a lot of quiet. The grounds were expansive and well maintained. There were lots of plants, a cute...More
Nice, No-Frills B&B
My daughter and I stayed the weekend at Greystone Manor for a bridal shower that was held in the 'mansion' portion of the grounds. We decided to make a weekend of it and enjoy the wonderful sights and sounds that the Amish...More
The B & B was nice decorated. Our room was adequate. We were given Small Towels to shower & dry off with, the breakfast served both days was adequate for a Continental Breakfast but lacking for a standard B & B breakfast serving. A few...More
Response from greystone m, Manager at Greystone ManorResponded 27 March 2018
Thank you for the review, we recommend to everyone to book direct with us by calling so you can get an all inclusive package that includes our full hot breakfast all you can eat made to order instead of the continental and also dinner is...More
Response from wendyge0rge | Reviewed this property |
if you are going to stay in room 5 or 6 there is a lot of stairs to go up. I had a broken rib the day before going there. we were in room 5 and as I found out we were the only people staying there for the two days, when we... More
if you are going to stay in room 5 or 6 there is a lot of stairs to go up. I had a broken rib the day before going there. we were in room 5 and as I found out we were the only people staying there for the two days, when we got there I ask about the coffee, and the answer was if I was going to drink a whole pot that they would make it. I don't think I would stay there again
I would not stay in the Carriage House, the rooms are very small. Only one small chair in the room, no frig, no ceiling fan....bed was not comfy at all. I am unsure of the Mansion. We will never stay there again.
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"Choose a room at the back of the house or carriage house for less noise."