Ratings based on 20 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A charming stay.Posted Nov 28, 2012
My wife and I were very satisfied of this B&B. An old house very well maintained, charming and very clean. John is very nice host, helping us to be immediatly comfortable. Breakfasts were all good. And the Warwick village nearby offers few unexpected nice restaurants. I don't know if it's standart, but the breakfast was a little late at 9h00 AM. An hour earlier would have been perfect... for us. Sylvain from Montreal
Recommendedby Scott K.
Great B&BPosted Oct 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a very nice B&B. the inn keeper is great and very knowledgable of the Warwick Area. He makes a great breakfast. The room was clean and comfortable. Enjoyable stay and will definitely stay here again.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great B&B for couplesPosted Sep 25, 2012
Our stay was very pleasant. The rooms are charming and the setting is very relaxing. Breakfast was a little late for our schedule but was a wonderful table setting and food. Lovely people run the B&B and we will stay there again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
Historic HangoutPosted Jul 2, 2012 on Hotels.com
The Peach Grove Inn was an amazing place to stay. Clean, beautifully restored to be true to the history of the home (the marbled walls and wide plank floors are beautiful), with lots of common space to enjoy the property without feeling like you are "on top" of other guests. The screened in back porch, bathed in the warm light of an afternoon sun offers a spectacular view of the well-manicured backyard, and a great place to watch the day slip away. We stayed in the Col. Wheeler room, which was clean, spacious and elegant. Though it faces the main road, the overnight noise from cars was minimal. Talk to John, he is a FANTASTIC innkeeper. He knows a lot about Warwick, which is a really charming small town. If there is something he does not know, he'll help you find the answer (he even found and printed directions for us to a rafting destination). Though we could not stay for breakfast he packed us up with hot coffee and tea to go, delicious scones that he baked, and a recipe for the breakfast cheese strata that we got to smell as we left the house. We look forward to staying at the Peach Grove Inn again.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Wilmington, DE
Peach Grove Inn - Nascar Fans DelightPosted Dec 18, 2011 on Hotels.com
We had the Col. Wheeler room, which was on the front of the house--right on 17A. While traffic did trail off between 12:30am and 5:30am, it was otherwise very noisy. The room was nice, fairly clean, well-furshished with period pieces. So, if you want a trip back in time, you're good (except for the "motor speedway" just outside your window). We were, however, expecting a few more modern conveniences like a hair dryer or a TV. Breakfast was served strictly at 9, not from 8 to 10 as with other B+B's we've stayed at. With a 4-hour drive in front of us, we were disappointed, but skipped it. This policy seemed to be more for the convenience of the proprietor than the comfort of his guests. While it's been less clean than I'd care for the past few times we've stayed there, I would still recommend the Warwick Inn instead. Much less expensive, quieter, modern conveniences amongst the antiques, flexible breakfast schedule. (We would have stayed there, but it was full. Only 1 other couple besides us at this place. Tells you something right there.)
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Lovely stay at the Peach Grove InnPosted Oct 25, 2011 on Hotels.com
My boyfriend and I stayed here in October and had a wonderful time. John, the owner, was very accommodating and friendly. The house is beautifully restored. Gorgeous view and not too far from town. Great breakfast. We would highly recommend. Look forward to returning in Spring.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Stamford,CT
Posted Aug 13, 2011 on Hotels.com
I think this was the most beautiful bed and breakfast in which I've ever stayed. The house looks like a historical house/museum; it is filled w/ lovely antiques, and it is in immaculate condition. I spent several minutes taking pictures of it before I left in the morning. The food for breakfast was delicious, although slightly marred by the eggshell I found in my omelette. My room/bed was quite comfortable. The shower was enjoyable, although I had difficulty shaving my legs because there was no ledge or anything like that on which to put my foot. It would be better if there were a little plastic stool in the shower. The host/owner was very friendly and hospitable. The grounds were also gorgeous, with beautiful views from several rooms of the surrounding countryside.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Tampa, FL
Perfect weekend getawayPosted Oct 30, 2010 on Hotels.com
The inn-keeper was very friendly and hospitable. There was a comfortable "at-home" coziness. We were familiar with the area, however the inn-keeper knows the area very well, and provides great recommendations to local entertainment & restaurants. The historical home is in excellent condition with central air conditioning. The grounds were beautiful and offered a peaceful ambiance. Breakfast spread was fantastic and accomodating. Highly recommend if you are looking for R&R.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Connecticut
Posted Aug 11, 2010 on Hotels.com