This resort was nice, we stayed in one of the Birchwood cottages, which was 4 suites in one. We had the end unit that had its own deck which was a nice perk, but it was way too cold to go out on it unfortunately. The room was quite large (with a see-through fireplace that was located in the center of the room so it could be seen from all angles) and it was quaint, but a little outdated (the furniture looked like it could have beeen on the set of the Golden Girls), but everything was very clean. The jacuzzi worked well, I read reviews of having to fill the jacuzzis slowly because of a lack of hot water, but we didn't have that problem at all. The fireplace was also easy to use. The walls seemed a bit thin though since we sometimes heard the people next door, nothing disturbing, just a few noises and when they would shower. This place isn't as secluded as the site makes it seem, it's located right off a main road, and there are only about 10 private cottages, located right in the back. We didn't have a problem with that, but if you're looking to be nestled in nature in the middle of no where, this isn't the place for you. This place is also very conveniently located among the ski resorts/restaurants/etc., all attractions we were interested in were about 20 mins away. My only complaint was that house-keeping never showed up to our room on the second day. We left early in the morning to head to Camelback and came back at about 1:30, when we saw the cleaning service was parked in the lot of our cottage. We then left again and came back an hour later, however, the room was still not cleaned. We called the front desk who stated that it should have been done already and had no other explanation. Since we needed to rest/shower and couldn't afford to leave the room again, we just had them deliver fresh towels and a new duralog, but it was definitely inconvenient. The restaurant located on site has good food/service. The continental breakfast in the morning was a but skimpy (bagels, cereal, and some eggs), but after seeing the size of the resort, I can see why they wouldn't put out a ton of food. We used the LivingSocial on this and I thought that price was accurate for the stay, but paying full price according to the rates on their site seem a bit over-priced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- “A Romantic Country Inn”At Crescent Lodge and Country Inn your will experience immaculate accommodations, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs and canopy beds with plush thick comforters. Select from a standard room in the main lodge or a cottage located on our 10 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Free Wifi is included in the main lodge.Our guests can enjoy continental breakfast every morning from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.The Crescent Lodge Restaurant and Bar:Our renowned on-site restaurant is open year round serving American cuisine. The Crescent Lodge restaurant has been nominated several times by the Pocono Record as one of the most romantic restaurants in the Pocono Mountain region.Antique Gift Shop:The Inn's popular gift shop is stocked with handmade jewelry, antiques and other items.We are conveniently located in the heart of Pocono Mountains. Within an arm reach to Camelback Ski Resort and Camelback Beach, Mount Airy Casino, Pocono Raceway and The Crossing Premium Outlets. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Crescent Lodge & Country Hotel Cresco
- Crescent Lodge And Country Inn
- Country Inn Cresco
- Cresco Country Inn