Looking at the Pleasant Point's website you would expect a quaint little New England B&B. However when you arrive, you will find a starkly different environment. The floors in our room were concrete or hardwood floors that were in terrible condition. The front door wouldn't close completely meaning that it couldn't lock. There were mouse droppings scattered throughout the kitchen and the dish rack was moldy. The wallpaper in the bathroom was pealing and there was no shampoo provided. Many electrical outlets did not have plates covering them so you could see the wires in the walls. There was no heat in our unit which was needed because the summer nights drop into the 50s. There is no TV or phone in the room which is annoying since you can't get a cell phone reception in the area. If you like bad coffee, moldy bagels, and room temperature milk then you won't mind the breakfast. The place was way over priced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pleasant Point Inn is hidden in the pine trees on one of the world's most beautiful lakes. Wake to see the sun rise over the mountains while still snuggled in bed. Lounge on our private beach, play tennis, or explore nearby towns. Take in a breathtaking sunset from the dining room or gazebo. Savor a gourmet meal in a relaxed atmosphere. Listen for the loons. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pleasant Point Hotel Lovell