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Old Waterstreet Inn
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Reviewed 12 August 2013

Overall, a nice stay, but not wonderful. Stayed in the Cortland Room - in the back with a nice porch for sitting. Huge room, comfortable bed. Bathroom was private but I had to go down the hall a few feet to get there. There are no locks on the individual rooms, if that is an issue for you. Nice furnishings in the community rooms and there are snacks available in the evening. Great recommendations for dinner, and there are many restaurants within walking distance.

The temperature in the room seemed to have a mind of its own and there was no way that I could find to modify it (luckily, the temperature at night was cool). Some additions, such as a table on the porch so that I didn't have to put my coffee cup on the floor and a handle to the screen door to/from the porch would have been good.

Stayed: August 2013, travelled solo
Thank Jeff059
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oldwaterstreet, Owner at Old Waterstreet Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 23 August 2013

Thanks for the compliments to our Inn. We appreciate that you chose us on your route as a stopover. Regarding the temperature of the room, yes, this particular room temperature will fluctuate when the door to the porch is open. The central air is running all the time, but having the door open causes the temperature to rise and fall. The other rooms do not have porches and stay very steady, weather it's a/c or heat. The Cortland Room porch is best enjoyed spring and fall, and on cool summer mornings or evenings.

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Reviewed 9 August 2013

As soon as we entered we felt at home. the service was really great, welcoming us and putting on the hot water jug straight away. We were the only ones staying one this particular night so the house was quite and spacious. Our room was very nice and big enough for two. There is great history on the block of land and in the house which you can read about in the information booklet provided in each room. The location is also in the centre of town with just a short walk down one block to the main restaurants, shops and bars. A great find!!

Room Tip: We stayed in the room called Mrs Moore's study which was beautiful.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 July 2013

a lovely inn with gorgeous rooms, well appointed and a gorgeous living and dining communal area. It is perfectly located nearby to shops and many restaurants and Jeannie was very helpful despite being very busy. We were very happy with our choice and hope to visit again. Highly recommend this Inn. Shannon was very efficient in taking our reservation and helping with the breakfast. A nice plus was a small kitchenette where one could keep one s own food cool and also a free service of tea, coffee, pop and water which was greatly appreciated.

Room Tip: We stayed in the winesap room which was gorgeous. It was well appointed and had a lovely strong shoer head tho no bathtub which is fine for us. Lovely soaps etc. We would not chose to stay in the room on the main floor as it leads off the dining room so not as well located.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 July 2013

The house is just beautiful, large public rooms, that are varied and very comfortable. Bools are everywhere with comfortable reading chiars. Jeanie is a very attentive host. Our room was very comfortable and a noise fan was provided since we were on the first floor and right on the street. We slept very well. It is well located for exploring on foot and has a private off street parking space in the back.

Room Tip: We stayed in the downstairs study. It might be noisy, since its right off the dinning room but we did not experience that. The upstairs rooms are large and lovely.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 June 2013

We were traveling to PA for a a wedding and stayed one night here on our way. Accommodations were most comfortable and the location was great as we parked our car when we arrived and then walked through the town and pedestrian mall. The hostess recommended a wonderful restaurant and made reservations for us. A lovely inn and we will go back again.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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oldwaterstreet, Owner at Old Waterstreet Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 11 June 2013

Thanks so much! We are very lucky to have such a great location in Old Town. The restaurant, One Block West, is a special dining experience. The chef is creative in the menu planning and preparation, and he is also very much into using local and regional farms for produce and meats. Therefore he changes his menu daily to reflect what is in season.

Pleasure meeting you, and thanks for making our Inn the stopover on your trip to Pennsylvania.

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