Built in 1907, this literary-themed hotel has the feel of a bed and breakfast with its cozy, uniquely decorated rooms and baths. The hotel's prime location overlooks the local amphitheater, as well. Each room is decorated with antique treasures the owner has found throughout the United States and Europe, with some rooms offering whimsical hand-painted murals. The covered double porch offers a nice retreat from the grind of traveling. You can indulge in a variety of spa treatments during your stay, which includes free use of the sauna. All summer stays also include dinner.
Smoke free premises. 24 units, some efficiencies. 4 stories (no elevator), interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
Cons: The shower had a stream and force of a watering can for flowers.
Pros: I will never go back to that hotel
family with young children
Pros: The Lady and Gentleman that run the hotel are wonderful. They actually took some time to make my young son (7 yrs) feel important and convinced him to try something that he wasn't very sure of at first. The Hotel is beautiful and wonderfully decorated. The entire setting is like stepping back in time and it was great.
Pros: Bob was a wealth of information. His dining recommendations and things to do in the area were very helpful. He was friendly, courteous and very accommodating. He is what made our stay very pleasant.
Cons: The refrigerator in the room needed to be fixed. The door fell off and it looks like it's been that way for awhile. The room was small and a little cramped but the bed was one of the most comfortable beds I've ever slept on.
Pros: The staff was friendly, courteous, and helpful. Location is everything, and what explains the price. If we came again, it would be off-season and perhaps with a corresponding discount.
Cons: The rooms would be improved by adding a box of Kleenex.