This was a lovely but small room in a small cozy B and B. all was great. In addition to the room itself were tow adjoining sitting rooms with a couch, comfy chairs and even a wood pellet stove. I will look forward to returning to the Rose Arbour. Te town of Cester itself is also lovely, and prefer to Ludlow or Weston.
Vickie from Vermont
Situated in the mountains, this bed & breakfast is close to Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts. Regional attractions also …More
Overall, the experience was all right. The room was not as spacious as I thought it would be, and I did not like that it was off the main foyer and facing Main Street - did not like the traffic. Also did not like where the TV was situated - would have liked to see it flush mounted to wall in front of bed. A full breakfast was included in the price, but we were not given a choice as to what we would like to eat. We had to eat what we were served. Even after filling out a registration card where I indicated I could not have seeds because of dietary issues, we were still served several things with seeds. The owner was attentive, but not overbearing and gave us our space. Although he was very helpful and informative, he didn't seem to like it when my husband corrected him on how to use their coffee maker. Overall, the experience was okay, but I would probably not stay at another B&B. Our own home is a 1768 Colonial, so we are used to the antique lifestyle and charm...so the experience was not much of a stretch.
"Brownie" from Massachusetts
Situated in Chester, this bed & breakfast is close to Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts. Regional attractions also …More