Ratings based on 35 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified travelerfrom dix hills, ny
DisappointingPosted Jan 27, 2015
Pros: Restaurant is the only thing
Cons: Plumbing, heat, bugs
Location: Chappaqua, mt kisco, katonah are all beautiful quaint upstate villages, they are nice to visit. There is historic West Point, Yorktown hts.
The restaurant is without question 4.5 stars, the rooms, no hot water, no heat, ( space heaters provided) bed was hard, continental breakfast was disappointing, especially wit the restaurant that they have. Toilet did not flush, had to pour water from sink into the tank to flush. The worst was the roaches, yes roaches. The big con was that the staff said they were stink bugs. Please, you think we do not know. All I hope is I did not bring any home. Overall, if the roaches were not there, the price was ok. But with the chance of roaches, I feel all should be warned! I am surprised and disappointed in that such a beautiful place should spend more time and effort on fixing the rooms, they could easily charge more and be a great place to visit.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Milford, PA
Charming but disappointingPosted Jan 26, 2015
Pros: Abundant Charm, adequate parking, accommodating staff.
Cons: Updated rooms, clean sheets, working hot water.
Location: Centrally located to upper Westchester county, close enough to highways but far enough away to allow for peace and quiet.
The Inn has the allure and charm of a yesteryear gone by, but lacks the comfort and hominess of more modern hotels. Leaky faucets, cold bathrooms, bare hardwood floors all lend themselves to staying at Grandma's old house. The staff was accommodating, but the rooms felt rundown and impersonal. The sheets were stained and hot water was lacking, but it was convenient to the area I needed to be and gave me a place to rest my head. The continental breakfast included hard boiled eggs, fresh fruit, coffee. Nothing elegant, but at least it was in a nice setting.
by A verified travelerfrom Chicago
Historical inn, in need of attentionPosted Dec 8, 2014
Inn needs upgraded bathrooms and more professional staff. Combo of Inn and Restaurant / Bar, results in priority being given to restaurant. Issues with noise, parking, & general service issues. Beautiful location with great potential.
by A verified travelerfrom Dallas
Positives and negativesPosted Nov 24, 2014
Pros: Restaurant/Bar and breakfast
Cons: Update guest room. Provide sitting area/fire...especially for needed escape from dreary guest room.
Positives.. Restaurant had a good dinner, comfortable/lively environment (we sat in bar area; the dining area was more elegant/white table cloth, but I believe same menu). Breakfast in morning had good granola, and nice views of countryside. Negatives... Room was very dated. Felt like grandma's old place. We were on second floor and noise from bar/resaurant, or just people in hallway very noticeable. Also, it was cold weather late October. It would have been nice to have fire going in fireplace downstairs with sitting area. Almost expect in countryside B&B. Instead, fireplace was unlit and table for bar area used up the space.
Recommendedby Andersonfrom Nj
Nice but noisyPosted Oct 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
We love this hotel. Food and room was great. What was not great were the four people ( may be staff) who were chatting from 2am -3am. They were in the floor above our room and we could hear everything
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Riverdale, NY
Wonderful place to stay!Posted Oct 16, 2014
Great place, beautiful restaurant, room was historic and majestic.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Charming old inn.Posted Oct 4, 2014
Spacious room. Big screen TV. Comfortable bed. Big windows. Nice view. Friendly staff. Excellent breakfast, beautiful breakfast room, sunny, tablecloths. Good location for lower Westchester, NY.
for Business Travelersby judith lavendarfrom New York City
An Oasis in the WoodsPosted Sep 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
Desperate for a dog friendly motel/hotel near I 84 and I 87 in New York, I called and the last room close to Tarrytown was this moderately priced room with a gourmet restaurant. Please call the inn for directions. I came down on the Taconic which was a mistake and had lots of problems. I was using a map as well as a GPS. It was worth the search. My dog and I had a great sleep and I realxed in the dining room for a great breakfast and time to read the paper.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Lovely Historic InnPosted Sep 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
We have stayed here before and will stay again. This Inn has Large Comfortable, nicely appointed rooms with large picture windows looking out over gardens and Chappaqua Golf Course. The restaurant and pub downstairs has an exceptional chef who "creates" soups and dishes that delight the pallet. Service is exceptional....and the best part is the very reasonable rates for a location that is less then an hour to NYC.