We bought a Living Social deal and stayed here for our anniversary. We loved the house and our room - everything was decorated so beautifully! The house was very quiet even though it was full that weekend. We stayed in March and there really isn't much to do around Norwalk in the Winter (early Spring), especially when there's snow on the ground. The house was very inviting and we spent much of the weekend just relaxing and enjoying the fireplaces in the house.
The breakfasts were very good. They didn't have Splenda for the coffee. (Bring your own if you like Splenda.) We didn't see hardly anyone who worked at the B&B, which was fine, but when we wanted a recommendation on what to do in the area we weren't sure who to ask.
The only complaint we had was that we had no water the first night we were there. I was looking forward to getting in the tub but never got a chance to. I let the water run for about 10-15 minutes and gave up; it never got warm. Found out at breakfast the next morning that another couple ran out of water halfway through filling their tub. We never found out what happened, but had hot water that morning for showers.
- Also Known As:
- The Victorian Lady Bed & Breakfast Norwalk, Ohio