Old house with a lot of character. It was fun.
Posted Mar 12, 2016
Personnel were pleasant and helpful, and were very nice about a slightly delayed arrival. Parking was no problem. Stairs to one of the suites were a little narrow and steep, so not appropriate for someone who has problems getting around. It was fun learning about the history of the house and looking at the various woodwork details created by the original builder. Restoration is essentially completed, though one will note a few problems with small water stains on ceilings, and wonder, as I did, why the woodwork was stripped and refinished, but not with varnish as would have been done in the period. Division into suites is a little quirky, with odd halls, but not unpleasantly so. A little traffic noise, but not bad.
We did not try the wine bar on the first floor, but there were folks there. Security is quite adequate, as long as you are conscientious about locking doors behind you when you come in after staff leaves at 8:00. Note: a manager close-by is always on call, but only guests stay in the house. There are two suites at this location. On the night we were there, we had the place to ourselves.
Overall, Inn Port D'Vino is recommended. We would certainly stay there again.