When I came finally made it to the "inn", I had to go to the bar (many patrons drinking) to announce that I (single woman-alone) was staying the night, that I made reservations two weeks prior and that it would be just me. I was not comfortable announcing that at the bar. Then the woman takes me upstairs, had to turn on lights, unlock doors and although my room was quaint with a decent bathroom, it was hotter than Hades because the a/c wasn't turned on. So the room smelled very musty. I was told I was going to be the "only one". That made me feel so much better after announcing it to the downstairs patrons that I was rooming alone and now find out I'm the only person staying. Woman, Alone, No Cell Service. Makes for a bad movie. Bed was just a cheap mattress on bed frame. I should have stayed in PA...there were far better accommodations for the same price and only thirty minutes away. I also stayed at Eldred Preserve after a concert in Bethel, NY and was very pleased and price was comparable. I won't stay here again. Too bad...the place IS very charming.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Narrowsburg Inn & Grille since 1840 has been a warm welcome spot for travelers and the local community. With an assortment of menus to please the taste and historical rooms to stay in, along with great enterainment. You'll have an enjoyable time at the Inn! For reservations please call! Located in the beautiful Delaware River hamlet of Narrowsburg, New York, the Narrowsburg Inn is the oldest continuously operated inn of its type in New York State. The Inn was initially built to serve coach travelers on the Mount Hope and Lumberland turnpike. It later served raftsman bringing wood down the Delaware during the early building stages of Philadelphia. It has served asa stopping off place for Erie Railroad travelers and for those seeking refuge from the heat and humidity of New York City ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Narrowsburg Hotel Narrowsburg