Stayed at the Hasseman House this past Spring because they offered a discount for 2 nights with arrival on Sunday. Having stayed at more than 10 B&B, although Jason was very warm and friendly, the amenities and the fist morning breakfast were extremely below par compared to their competitors. The only available snack was 1 homebake cookie on a saucer wrapped in plastic wrap that was placed on the bed upon my arrival. The Monday breakfast was the most disappointing. Jason served what appeared to be 2 scrammbled eggs, supposedly fresh from the neighbor farm, but I could not tell, 1 medium slice of a low grade smoke susage, and store baught apple sauce. All of which is a normal breakfast that most people can cook at home. The best part of breakfast was the homemade bread, which probably came from the Amish Door Resturant. During Monday morning breakfast, Jason gave me a coupon for breakfast the next morning at the Amish Door Resturant. I had not planned to go off-site for breakfast, but after Monday morning breakfast, I was glad to do so. That breakfast was much better, they served off a menu or a buffet. I chose the buffet that was very delicious. I'm not certain if the lack or amenities and quality of breakfast was due to the discount, but just a word of caution, beaware. In addition, the hand held shower in the room did not have a curtain. As a result, very dificult not to get water all over the floor. Everything else was fine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- AT THE GATEWAY TO AMISH COUNTRY Experience warm hospitality at the Hasseman House. Stained Glass, Antique Furniture, Bed & Breakfast at its best. Relax and unwind in this charming Victorian house from the early 1900s. Imagine life in a bygone era, ensconced in original stained glass and elaborate woodwork. Savor the fresh-cooked full breakfasts. Outside, you are only a few steps away from the Amish Door Nature Trail. ... more less