In a word -- AWFUL
Posted Jul 14, 2015
I don't generally write negative reviews. If I (or we) don't like a place, the lack of good reviews ought to be enough to steer people clear. I feel I have to make an exception in this case because the room cost SO much ($213 total) and the quality was SO poor, that I feel it's important to set a marker, warning people about what they can expect.
We typically travel to this corner of the world during the summer, around visiting day at camp. Due to two night minimums at local inns we almost invariably end up staying an hour away, in Scranton, where decent and clean accommodation can be had with a single night's booking. As we were coming early in the season, however, we were pleased to be able to book a single night at this inn, which we'd heard about several times in years past. (And it's only a couple of miles to camp, which is incredibly helpful to us.) The booking was made through Expedia.
We arrived and were very pleased with the setting. The Inn is located on a very pretty lake and you park facing the dock and lake. We grabbed our bag and headed up to the lobby. No one was at the desk, and after several minutes someone else in the lobby (a guest we think?) said, "let me go see if someone's around." That someone was, presumably, the hotel manager and/or owner, who didn't appear all that eager to see guests arriving. She was rather terse when looking for our reservation and, when I asked whether the hotel had WiFi, she replied, "Yes." and that was it. After a pregnant pa