In the charming downtown, this historic landmark property has meticulously restored public areas, gracious rooms with an artful minimalism, a modern high design meeting space and upscale restaurants. Guests here are well fed on excellent food made with the freshest local ingredients. Besides the complimentary breakfast, there is a creative casual restaurant Bar Louis on the lower level, a patisserie and a fine dinner service in The Delmonico Room on weekends.
Smoke free premises. 16 units. 3 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
check-in 4 pm, 2 night minimum stay - seasonal and/or weekends, 14 day cancellation notice-fee imposed, pets (extra charge).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 16 guests
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Pros: The entire experience was amazing, really glad we did it, staff was so attentive, they anticipate your needs...house is very well kept and is right in Milford, close to everything even the Delaware River and the start of the 30+ mile trail...should have brought my bike! Restaurants were fabulous not to mention the bar downstairs with its quite famous picture of John Lennon and Andy Warhol! The conservatory toward the back of the house overlooking the back garden is so inviting with its comfy seating and array of well kept plants and flowers! Could carry on and on, but the bottom line is that you have to experience it!
Cons: Cannot think of anything worth mentioning.
Pros: The hotel has a beautiful feeling of a bygone era. It reminded me of a beautiful country house in Georgia. The Delmonico restaurant does great food, Bar Louis is less impressive but still OK.
Cons: Overall I don't think the hotel was worth the amount charged. Even with the largest room in the hotel it was still small, the bed tired and the facilities basic. Service was a little slow at times too.
I think my biggest gripe was that the hotel charges felt mean. I paid $600 per night for a room and anything more than a continental breakfast was charged as extra.
On balance I wouldn't stay here again.
Pros: Nice bathroom. Lovely breakfast with friendly service. A treat. The place is a mansion.
Cons: More wardrobe space would have been good.
Pros: Charm, history and comfort of hotel. Decor lovely. Staff all around we're professional, super friendly and helpful. Breakfast was extraordinary!
Pros: We loved the little extra touches in the room like the heated towel bar & turn-down service.
Pros: great staff; great food for dinner--prefix menu was awesome
Pros: Nifty town; nice shops, great walking around. Enjoyed dinner in the cozy bar; breakfast very nice as well. Was on a road trip to meet my wife in the Berkshires and by chance stopped here mid-way. Good choice.
Pros: Great reception tons of help from Jen about what to do in town. Best yogurt and granola I ever had in my life! Loved turn down service and the in-room reading provided.
Pros: Continental breakfast was great and they served the best yogurt I have ever eaten. We also loved the exquisite art and beatiful renovated rooms!