It hits most good spots... misses a few
Posted Jan 14, 2017
I've not been to an Inn like this, which was not at least minorly aware of gluten free. As a celiac, it has become increasingly easy to have a good breakfast while in hotels and B&Bs in the US, but this place had no cereals, no bread and no awareness. Not unforgivable, but a little odd for this standard of accommodation.
Similarly, the hotel rooms are lovely, with a giant bed in our King room, but the lack of a corkscrew or even any glasses (good quality rigid plastic glasses would be fine) meant that the polish was missing from our otherwise romantic retreat. The room was well equipped, but just missing those fine details. Why, for example, is there no shower gel provided, only horribly dry bars of soap.
The price of the room should allow these details, but there appears to be corner cutting that is visible to the guest, which is disappointing.
The staff were super friendly and welcoming, though, and they all deserve special mention.