Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews

3.2 out of 5
40% of guests recommend
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.2 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
2 out of 5
by Mike from New York City

You don't always get what you pay for

Posted Sep 23, 2012
Pros: TV
Cons: Dust Bunnies
Location: good location
I visited a monastery once and as I looked over the room I was in, I was remiinded of that visit. No air conditioning, no clock of any sort, no telephone, no cup to drink from any where in the room or bathroom, no soap or toiletries in the bathroom, not one hanger to hang your cloths from. The room appeared well scrubbed and clean until you were in it for awhile. I moved the bed away from the wall because I do not like sleeping in a corner. Well, dust bunnies galore greeted me from under the bed. Went into the bathroom to wash, the mirror was streaked and dirty. Now for the good part. There was a TV and the reception was good, there was a microwave oven ( Why?) and an ice bucket ( again, why? no ice machine and no fridge.) We left the next morning at 8:30 AM. Not a soul to be found. Left the keys by the office and bid goodbye
2 out of 5
by Bill from South Jersey

Only good for a quick stop.

Posted Aug 28, 2012
Pros: quaint, nice size room
Cons: Had to call to check in/out; small bathroom & tub did not drain
Location: interesting town
Had to call a posted number to get checked in and out. Bathtub did not drain. Sink faucet leaked onto my electric razor. Nice room. Comfortable bed.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Where's the staff?

Posted May 1, 2012
It was nice to stay in a victorian hotel instead of a cookie-cutter motel chain. The room was very charming with hardwood floors.The room and bathroom were clean and the bed was comfortable. That's normally all I need but.... We arrived at 10:00 on a Friday night and left at 9:00 the next morning and did not see any staff. I don't understand a hotel that doesn't have someone at a front desk at 10:00 on a Friday night. I asked the bartender downstairs and she said she could help me and gave me the key. We left at 9:00 the next morning and I literally saw no employees in the entire hotel. There was no check out, no drop box for the key and no one to tell us what to do so we just left the key in the room. I seriously don't understand a hotel that has you play guessing games. I don't think the Tom Quick Inn is a hotel. It's a riddle.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Families
by A verified traveler from Minneapolis

Historic Hotel Satisfies

Posted Oct 18, 2011
Nice service in that hotel bent over backwards to accommodate one member of our party who could not climb to 3rd floor. There are stairs in this hotel. Rooms are underdecorated but bright and cheerful. Nice beds. Breakfast was not available at the hotel but there is a wonderful patisserie in the same block--beautiful pastries and the coffee was available in a silver server. Milford is a beatiful older town. Visit the Upper Mill by the creek and walk the downtown.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Albany, NY

Tom Quick Inn Milford

Posted Oct 17, 2011
This century-old hotel, bar and restaurant has been re-opened by the original owners after several years of troubled operation. Amenities are simple but well-maintained. Hotel is located in the heart of historic Milford, PA and most of the sights and activities in town are within walking distance. Service is friendly and small-town congenial. We have stayed here in the past and plan to return.