Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Denver, CO
Lovely place, excellent hosts, amazing foodPosted Feb 24, 2015
My husband and I stayed in the Walnut room for four nights. We enjoyed every moment of them. Sebastian and Abe were wonderful hosts, attending to our every need, above and beyond the call of duty. The bed was incredibly comfortable, our room was beautiful, and I loved having a vanity to sit and do my makeup as well as the claw foot tub and fireplace. Little details like having the wireless password, matches, epsom salts, and such things made me feel very cared for. Breakfast. Oh. My. We had the most delicious food. Sebastian really outdid himself. We were in a workshop and had to be there by a certain time, and since there were several of us staying there, he made an amazing buffet with delightful egg scrambles, gluten free pancakes, gluten free pound cake, fruit, rutabaga mash, and on and on. It was the only place I ate during our trip where the food is better than what I make at home, and I could eat things that are work for my body. Thank you so much, Sebastian. We hope we are able to come back and stay with you again!
by A verified travelerfrom San Jose, CA
It's old.Posted Sep 2, 2014
Steep stairs, be sure you can handle that. Shower is a bathtub in the middle of the bedroom: no grab bars of course, or walls you can steady yourself on. The floors creak, the toilet leaked so it ran periodically, and the bathroom was very tiny for one person. You couldn't even stand up in it fully as the toilet was under the slope of the roof. And this was the "Brass" room, apparently an upgrade from the "Wicker" room we were going to get. The breakfast was fine, but it took a VERY long time. And on Sunday, there is a brunch we didn't know about that didn't start until 10:15, so we left with no breakfast. On the plus side, the young guy that runs it (Sebastian) was a pastry chef so he made some killer breads. If you like a place with "character" like this, go for it. Myself, next time I'm in Denton, I'll stay at the Holiday Inn.
for Familiesby Andrewfrom Leicester
Quiet out of college seasonPosted Jul 30, 2014 on Hotels.com
The inn is in a good location and has parking to which is a bonus. The outdoors looks a little overgrown. Inside was great and the food choice excellent. My only minor comment was the blinds seemed a little worn but understand the hot climate my cause that,
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
New Age Denton CharmPosted Nov 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
The standout characteristic of Heritage Inns is exceptional warmth and hospitality. Denton is kind of a sleepy hippie community, and the staff at Heritage reflects that to a tee. The innkeeper had a pet bird that sat on his shoulder as he gave me a tour of the property. I felt very welcome and appreciated.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 16, 2011 on Hotels.com
I have never stayed at a B&B so I did not know what to expect. The house is well maintained and the room was comfortable. The owners, John and Donna, along with the staff, are very attentive to guest needs and requests. I neglected to read the cancellation policy so I will post what I learned here - be sure you want to stay in a B&B because you have to cancel a week in advance. Overall, it was a great experience and I anticipate that we will stay here next year when my daughter competes in Denton, TX.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Houston, TX
Very comfortable, clean, and homeyPosted Mar 22, 2009
Just like home! You feel like you're staying at your parent's or grandparent's house... In a good way. Totally relaxing.