I wasn't sure what to expect. Their Web site highlights their restaurant and bar far more than the Hotel. We were worried that as an 'after thought' the Hotel wouldn't be terribly interesting. We were wrong. It is dominated by the bar and restaurant. But upstairs there is an honest to goodness Hotel. And a nice one.
The building is quite old and has been a number of things before being renovated into the restaurant/bar/hotel that it is now. We were greeted by a very nice desk clerk. Since we were checking in ahead of their other guests, we had our pick of two rooms. The one we picked was well maintained and comfortable with a queen bed, dresser, and all the usual amenities. Off to one side was a door to their upstairs balcony overlooking the parking lot. Nice little area. We actually had drinks and appetizers on the balcony.
Breakfast is served in the bar area. Rather limited - ham and cheese omelet, toast, juice and coffee. But tasty.
There isn't much in the area. The Homestead downtown is like most downtowns, in transition. There are a few places in walking distance to eat dinner. No strolling areas for an after dinner walk.
Good place to stay as a hub for other activities.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking