Ratings based on 44 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by JD from Northeast Ohio
Slight charm in no way made up for deficiencies.Posted Jun 16, 2014
Pros: The staff was very accommodating within the limits of the facility. They were flexible about checkout time. Coke and water in the fridge.
Cons: Professional walpapering and bathtub installation. Simple bar soaps and plastic glasses in the bathroom. Defrost the refrigerator or replace it.
Location: Touristy small town shops. Not close to the event I came for. (Expedia and Google showed all rooms in Coshocton were booked, many not listed.)
For 2/3 the price a friend got a motel room with 2 queen beds (suitable for sharing at no additional cost) and all the amenities the "Bed and Breakfast" lacked. The rooms lacked a refrigerator, microwave or coffee maker.Those were available in the kitchen but not as convenient. The freezer compartment of the refrigerator had little space because it had not been defrosted in a long time. The refrigerator would not have had enough space for 4 rooms if everyone had things to keep refrigerated. The rustic chic kitchen table was annoyingly uneven. The room had less than 3 feet of space around furniture. There was no place to hang clothes. There was no way to set the temperature (too chilly for me.) My bathroom was across the hall. Caulking and flashing were shoddy. only soap was from a dispenser in the shower. No glass to brush teeth. Wallpaper had puckered open seams. Cutesy decor was shabby. My room was in a house a few blocks from the given address where we checked in. Low quality coffee was made at about 8 AM unless you made it yourself -- without benefit of a coffee scoop. The breakfast one day consisted of an insulting, small doughnut of the type you would find in a package in a vending machine, plus a small slice of a breakfast casserole that I found inedible (though other guests liked it.) I am not sure if this was the included "continental" breakfast, or the sit down breakfast which cost extra (that should have been included in a "Bed and Breakfast."
for Everyoneby Linda from Midland, MI
Comforts of HomePosted May 20, 2014
Pros: the quiet and friendly atmoshpere, the food was outstanding. Felt like a home gathering!
Cons: home could use a little dusting. our family has allergies, so we may have been a bit more sensitive to the dust.
Location: Quiet country walks, relaxing time away from city life. If you like Longaberger Baskets, this is the town to be in for shopping!
This was our first experience with a bed and breakfast facility. We very much enjoyed the seclusion of the country home. The home owners were awesome, very personable, professional and attentive to the needs of the boarders. If you're looking for a QUITE country get away - this is an excellent choice! The food is fabulous and enjoyable dining ambiance.
by A verified traveler
Bed and BreakfastPosted Feb 17, 2014
Pros: It was clean but rooms were cold.
Even though this was a bed and breakfast there was no breakfast on Sunday - and on Saturaday no milk for tea and no seconds on any brekfast item.
Recommendedby Charles Doan from Plymouth
PerfectPosted Dec 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our stay was perfect. Hospitality was unbelievable.
for Couplesby KFW from Ohio
Quaint Bed and BreakfastPosted Oct 7, 2013
I loved this little place and the food was great! I had privacy, a comfortable bed, hot water, and a delightful time in the area.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
amazingPosted Sep 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our First Time At A B&B. We Will Definitely Be Back. Marin & Allison Are Two Terrific People And Made Us Feel Right At Home. They Were Great With Our Three Year Old. Thank You For The Great Service And Amazing Stay. The Duda's Jim, Judy & Abbagayle
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
We had a great stay at The Pines.Posted Sep 16, 2013
Pros: On web-site
Location: Longer burger basket company part.
It was like coming home for a visit. The dinner was outstanding and very romantic. .
Recommendedby Fred and Anna from Hanover, PA
Best Kept Traveler's SecretPosted Sep 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
Charming and wonderful B&B. Was in area to see Longaberger Basket factory but this was a much better find. Marin and Allison are gracious hosts and have the personalities to be superb Innkeepers. Would recommend this to anyone who wants a great experience and a memorable stay.
Recommendedby John W. from Kingsport, TN
Clean and personal attentionPosted Aug 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were well treated and glad we stayed there. Off the "beaten path". Downtown Dresden (two blocks away) worth a walk through. I would stay here again.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
Innkeepers were very accommodating and pleasant. Food was excellent. Not only did we have breakfast but we also purchased dinner which was great. The dinner menu was larger than expected and it was very easy to choose what we both enjoyed. Close to downtown Dresden and Longenberger Homestead. We were going to Cambridge for an art festival and this location was very convenient.