Posted Aug 7, 2016
This looked to be a charming B&B type hotel from the pictures, but the room was nothing like the photos. First of all, we were on the third floor and there was no elevator and no one to help us with the luggage. Once we trudged up to the room, we were greeted by the view of a solid brick wall. There were no closets and no opportunity to hang up our clothes, just a hook on the back of the door. The sink was cracked, and the unusually large bathroom had one dim bulb on the very high ceiling so it was kind of creepy taking a shower in semi-darkness. The two queen beds were comfortable enough, but the pillows were rock hard. The hair dryer was from another century. The decor was a mixed bag of faux antiques, northwoods and dorm style. We left as soon as we could the next morning, especially after discovering there was no breakfast other than pizza. We are not college kids, so that wasn't the least bit appealing.