We stayed here for two night in June 2013. All of the rooms face the river and I believe all of them offer a balcony. There is no A/C in the room so I don't think I would want to stay there when it is really warm. There is a fan under the window seat that pulls in air from outside, but we still propped open the balcony door with a chair to get more air.
There isn't much privacy. When sitting on the couch, your neighbors can see you and vice versa. Also the walls were kinda thin so we could hear the people beside us and every foot step from the people above us. The bathroom is huge and has a clawfoot tub. They also provide binoculars for viewing the passing boats. I thought the boats would be loud, but you don't even hear them go by.
Although we missed it both nights, they offer wine and cheese in the early evening hours. On the first night, we walked to dinner at the Bridgewater Bistro. Parking was difficult during the day so on the second night, we took the complimentary ride in the classic Chevy to dinner. It turns out on the week nights, it is a ghost town and there was ample parking available. It was worth a splurge, but if you are on a budget it was expensive considering there is a fairly new Holiday Inn Express next door that offers the same view, just without a balcony.
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