Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Westminster
Pretty to look at but .........Posted Nov 10, 2009 on Hotels.com
The room was miniscule. I'm talking walk-in closet with a toilet. One night on a bad bed gave me a backache. Guests checking in after midnight disturbed your sleep since there is no sound proofing. They even tell you there will be no refunds due to noise. One the plus side, the place is beautiful, I loved the location, very friending helpful staff and I found the dinning dining to be superb. Their continental breakfast is a joke. A couple of plates with small muffins and coffee and orange juice, that was it. I just expect more for the kind of money they charge for the rooms.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
cozy and out of the wayPosted Oct 14, 2009 on Hotels.com
we had a great stay, you can et at the inn or drive a short distance to the nearest town, the rooms can be very small or you can get a god size suite, all with a cozy antique look and feel
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Wonderful atmospherePosted Oct 14, 2009 on Hotels.com
What a great place to stay - nestled in a hillside, surrounded by the beauty of the fall colors!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Newcastle upon Tyne UK
Nice PlacePosted Oct 6, 2009
Nice Hotel, food and bar service excellent. Staff friendly. Room very small on the third floor with no lift or porter service. Bit difficult with two suitcases.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Cheyenne, WY
great getawayPosted Sep 29, 2008
The bed & breakfast was very beautiful. The room was nicely maintained and the dining room hostess was very friendly and resourceful. The outside could use a little upkeep but still in a very relaxing and beautiful setting.
by A verified traveler from New Orleans, LA
Stay Away!!!Posted Apr 6, 2008
I booked two nights, paid for two nights, but I couldn't get out of there fast enough (I only stayed one night because it was already dark and I had no urge to drive down the mountain). My room was dirty, dust hanging on the lamps, went to turn down the bed and had a dust cloud. The place is meant as a retreat so there is no contact with the outside (no phones in rooms, no cell service and not even a clock in the room). And don't ask to use the house phone to make even a collect call, "You can only call local numbers." Don't bring any luggage either, you will be carrying it up skinny staircases and taking it out along the side of the road because the parking is non-existant or inconvenient.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Boulder
Romantic & Intimate-loved this hotelPosted Mar 11, 2008 on Hotels.com
The Brook Forest Inn is a few miles outside of Evergreen, & well worth the drive. It is nestled in the woods in a very intimate setting. They have a liveley bar on one side, and a more formal restaurant on the other. The food was amazing, and I loved sitting in front of the roaring fire chatting with other guests. Our waiter sang beautifully to us, which truly added a great touch to a wonderful evening. There is only one small room in the hotel (the Fransiscan), the others are all good sized. Mine had a balcony and jetted tub, & was very comfortable. Cell service is not great, but isn't that the point of "getting away"? I loved this hotel and plan on going back for years to come.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Fort Collins
Everything but the Franciscan roomPosted Feb 20, 2008 on Hotels.com
The Brook Forest Inn is a charming bed and breakfast with good size rooms except for the Franciscan room. The extremely small room was 2/3 the size of my closet at home and we felt claustrophobic by the end of our stay (which was only one night). The service when we checked in was courteous but we couldn't find anybody when we needed to check out and we had to wait 15 minutes before any one responded to the bell.
by A verified traveler from Florence, AZ
Not what I expectedPosted Aug 13, 2007 on Hotels.com
All of the rooms were very small and none had the ammenities I am accustomed to - not even a telephone. In fact, my room did not even have a clock in it. The bathroom was very small and windows had to be kept open to circulate the air, which allowed mesquitoes to come in at night. It was also very akward trying to carry my bags up the narrow stairways to the 3rd floor. To top it all off, there was no cell phone service so I had to drive a couple of miles up the road to return my phone calls after dinner. The only good thing was the dinner - it was great!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from South Carolina
Fun funky little mountain hotelPosted Jul 18, 2007
We had a great time, the staff was warm and friendly and very accomodating. There was a fun bar complete with characters, the food in the restaurant was excellant and you can't beat the mountain air. We will return.