AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
This jazz club had once been a 1800s roadhouse along the Appalachian Trail. There are comfortable rooms, good meals and a serious musical vibe here.
AAA Inspector Notes
This 19th Century roadhouse along the Appalachian Trail has been converted into a jazz club, restaurant, and antique rustic, but refined B&B. The elements come together best for weekend packages. As the property is so close to the New York metropolitan area, there is no shortage of jazz talent who appear, including at an annual festival in September. There is a balcony overlooking the trail where guests congregate in warmer months for breakfast, a meal which is conveniently served late into the morning or early afternoon on weekends. Rooms are comfortable with some period details, but one must truly be a jazz lover, for the music plays on in the club below the bedrooms and suites. Check-in for the rooms is in the jazz club downstairs.
Smoke free premises. 10 units. 2 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors.