Posted Oct 19, 2016
We were the only guests for a one-night stay on October 17. As the "season" was over, the location was like a ghost town. Stores and facilities were "closed for the season." Although the inn is lovely (although the beds were horribly uncomfortable - springs poking) and in a gorgeous location, we experienced some serious issues during our stay:
1. Most disturbingly: The staff left at 11 pm - and as we were the only guests in the entire inn, we were left alone overnight. No staff. No security. AND the front doors were left wide open and unlocked. We were told a maintenance worker visits during the night, but we saw no sign of anyone. This was terrible treatment and we plan on pressing for an explanation.
2. The day staff member was discourteous - actually snapping at me for purchasing my reservation through Expedia. He also practically ignored us at check in and check out. The evening staff member was cordial and helpful...but left us alone in the building at 11 pm. "Do what you want," he said.
3. No coffee maker in the room. No coffee when we arrived. No continental breakfast. The "tavern" is non-existent and allegedly only used for events. So, we booked there thinking we had a dining option - being so far away from other eateries, this was very inconvenient.
With many other options in the area, I suggest you keep shopping and find an establishment that actually cares about guests.