Posted Jul 18, 2016 on Hotels
The Glenn Tavern Inn is a charming 1911 Craftsman Lodge.It could use some love,and knowledgeable restoration,but the overall appearance and atmosphere is wonderful. The desk staff are incredibly friendly, and helpful.The garden grounds are lovely,the lobby is well preserved, and a joy to enter. You can play Clue in front of the fireplace. It would appear that there have been some recent attempts at updating the hotel rooms,but they are clean if not period accurate. The bedding and mattresses could use some improvement.The Wi-Fi isn't great,so if you need it,plan accordingly.It is quiet though. Even with guests and train train tracks close by, the rooms and hotel are quiet.All five of us slept soundly(two full beds and a single roll-away).It is Pet friendly, as are many of the local businesses.The hotel has an attached Italian restaurant,but offers dinner service only. No fear though, within walking distance, are many cafes, bakeries, pubs, and restaurants.Please check out Rabalais' Bistro and Bakery,family friendly,generous portions,and cost us around $70(tax+tip) for a family of five. Just a gorgeous little historic area. My family would definitely like to visit again.