An Absolute Must Stay
Posted Feb 19, 2013 on Hotels
This charming Inn is run out of an estate from the 1850s. The building is old but incredibly charming. Before my fiance and I recently stayed there, I read every review that I could find on the Inn. All of the negative reviews had to do with things related to the Inn's age. The water pressure isnt always great because all the water comes from their own private well, and the Inn is heated by radiator, so you hear that sometimes. Big friggin deal! If you cant get past those small things and see the charm, style, and shear beauty of this place, then there is something wrong with you. The Innkeeper, John, couldn't have been nicer, more helpful, or a better breakfast cook. His breakfasts are worth the money alone. I will definately be bringing my fiance back and I hope you guys visit too. This place is right in the NY countryside with a drive-in movie down the street, a cremery with fresh ice cream...and enough farmers markets, antique places, and great restaurants to keep anyone busy. Enjoy!