This is a terrific spot for the Presidential enthusiast as it's also home to The Presidential Culinary Museum. The owners are both chefs and curators of this piece of history. All rooms have different decor and you'll be thoroughly entertained by all of the artifacts, costumes and memorabilia throughout the house. A full gourmet breakfast is served each morning.
Smoke free premises. 5 units. 2 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
Cons: A big house everywhere filled up by stones and strange trinkets for me like a trush house.
Environment is boring , at booking.com there is given a good point and generally compatible according to my experience but this time completely out of order. This hotel ( house ) is below average.
We are disturbed by mosquitos during night. We had a business meeting at hr.9 and intend to get breakfast but owner said breakfast is at 9 o'clock !.
Pros: Breakfast wasn't served until nine in the morning. We weren't able to stay that late in the day because we had a full day of travel ahead of us, so I can't comment on what the food was like.
Cons: The shower and commode were in very small separate closets. A large person would have had trouble using them. The house was old filled with old clutter. Lighting and mirror at the sink in the bedroom were non existent.
Pros: Lovely place with lots of charme. You also have the possibility to learn many things about American history. We enjoyed our stay very much.
Pros: Grover is a lovely town. The owners are great people and very funny. The Inn is very cozy and full of history.
Cons: They need more bathrooms.
Pros: Great breakfast. Very nice room. Wide selection of pillows, so there's something for everybody. Wonderful memorabilia collection. Friendly hosts. Good A/C. Fun tour. Unique place; worth visiting, especially for history buffs.
Pros: The staff & the owners were great. Everything was great we had a great relaxing over night stay