Big game hunter
Posted Dec 3, 2016
I came in for an overnight without a car. I was expecting an Inn where I could relax and enjoy the small amount of time I had--It was adequate and probably the best option in that area, however it fell a little short.
First of all the good. The linens were clean as was the bathroom. I stayed in the Gent's room which was tiny and would have been fine except there was no full length mirror anywhere ( On the bathroom door would be the perfect spot by the way.) The breakfast options ( complimentary) were plentiful, and served on time. The fruit cup waiting for me was terrific~
Here's my challenge. I wanted to stay one night, but check in early because flights. They said I couldn't and so I had to buy Friday night. Turns out the Inn was not full and I was the only Saturday guest--so I felt taken advantage of. Also, the emails that came before my stay were not welcoming and anticipatory of a great experience, they were all about the obligation and cancellation clauses. The room itself had similar statements in the paperwork left for me. In general I felt governed, not welcomed.
Now I did have a massage , which was great. Again however, it was all about the cancellation risk. An Inn is a business and they do need to protect profits, but they need to balance the messaging.
The Inn Keeper seemed nice, but didn't have a word to spare. Finally there stuffed game and other animals everywhere. At least three -4 deer, ducks, owls, squirrels, etc. Kind of creepy.