Stayed for two nights recently and unfortunately can't recommend it. It is nicely decorated, kind of a rustic modern decor. But the problem is it is not well run or maintained. During our entire time we only saw the owner/host once or twice getting into her car going somewhere. She did tell us that she would not be able to make us breakfast during our stay, and she did discount our price. But we still didn't see her beyond breakfast. It is not typically a big deal for us, but coming back in the evening we couldn't even see where we were walking when going to the front door. There were no lights on anywhere and it just felt abandoned. The other issue was cleanliness, the sheets and cover on our bed were covered in dog hair and there were stains. We were not able to find anyone to help us so we went to one of the empty rooms and took a duvet from there. We also spent a lot of time killing various bugs because the windows were not sealed, and the doors were very difficult to open/closed, creating a lot of noise when doing so.
Hoping some more effort gets put into these things as it could be a very nice place, but given that the place appears to be up for sale that might help explain.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pet-friendly, historic 1823 Greek Revival B&B with antique farmhouse-style decor serving full organic breakfast from local farms. Quaint country-setting and walking distance to Hillsdale. Children welcome! ... more less