We will be staying for the third time at Twin Gables this weekend. Last visit was two weeks ago. We travel from the Berkshires to Woodstock frequently for the Midnight Rambles at Levon Helm's studio (which are continuing, even though Levon has passed), and we've discovered how much more pleasant it is to spend the night in Woodstock, rather than make an hour and half drive after the concert at midnight! The Twin Gables feels like home. It's not an elegant, hip establishment, it's an older house with character, the kind with doilies on the end tables -- it's pretty and it's clean, comfortable and welcoming. We like strolling around Woodstock, and the Twin Gables is perfectly located to do so. During our last visit my husband dropped his keys and couldn't them, before I knew it, three people associated with the inn and two guests were crawling around the hall looking for it. It's that kind of place. Compared to the other places to stay around Woodstock, it's a decent value, and it's definitely a pleasant place to stay. A good vibe all around. We'll be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the center of Woodstock; reasonably priced, charming rooms; free complimentary continental breakfast; 24X7 coffee/tea station; wifi ... more less