This B and B is very impressive on the website advertising the amenities, but in reality, it was one of the more uncomfortable and inhospitable stays we've had in quite some time. We stayed in a split level cottage $149, so we got a workout just getting to the TV and hot tub below (no TV in the bedroom).
Once in the hot tub there was no way to see the TV as it was tucked in a make-shift closet which didn't really support an old heavy TV, so we couldn't pull it out very far. Plus you couldn't reach the faucet (on the far wall) without stepping into the tub and we scalded our feet to adjust the temp. No soap/salts or bubbles or anything was provided for the tub.
The rooms were 'cold' in their lack of decor- no reading material or anything of interest to peak your curiosity. I'm pretty sure a man furnished these rooms- there was nothing but a couple of things on the wall. No rugs, throws around the fireplace, bedroom or bath, reading material - well, one doily upstairs.
The bed mattress was uncomfortable and squeaky and only contained a sheet and a huge thick comforter so it was either 'cook or freeze'.
There was nothing to put your luggage on except a very small chair next to a table that supported a small mirror which you certainly couldn't stand up to use! The biggest inconvenience was that the bedroom also had NO end tables, so everything had to be put on the floor next to the bed.
It gets better..no vanity other than a sink in the bathroom, so good luck balancing shaving or any other products on it without falling. (There was a cabinet off to the side if you wanted to put things away.)
A couple of feet of ceiling wallpaper was peeling off and hanging down several inches in the bathroom next to the shower. Luckily we got a small bit of shampoo and a couple of tiny bars of generic Cashmere Bouquet soap (from the 70s?) in the bathroom to use.
Our continental breakfast of two small muffins and some tough quiche, melon slices coffee and juice were delivered in a basket which we had to eat in bed, setting our coffee on the floor! It was quite average, esp the coffee. Actually, we broke into hysterical laughter at that point, as we set our cups on the floor to eat!
Had I had access to the innkeeper, I would have made some requests but we only had access to a college student at check-in who didn't seem to enthused about making us welcome or suggest places to go for dinner.
The owner only surfaced as we were leaving and didn't seem too concerned about our bad experience.This might not have been quite so upsetting except that the price was $10 higher than a B and B we stayed at the next night a couple of hours down the road (The Honey Bee Inn in Horicon) that was the exact opposite in every way.
I have learned my lesson: From now on, I will read reviews, check out certification standards and not go by pics on the website!
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