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Trip Report Stonehouse Inn and Restaurant -Nightmare of a stay

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I wanted to warn people about this place.
We were in town for a wedding and wanted to book just one night so we thought this looked good being somewhat historic. The room was okay, bed rather uncomfortable and normally I would not have given this review if this was all it was. There is absolutly no phone or internet connection in the room we were in so when at 3 in the morning, couldn't sleep (because of the bed), we went to our car where we knew we could use our phone and WE COULDN'T GET BACK IN!!! There is no night manager. To get in after hours you are supposed to enter a code into a security door(opens with no code) and the inner door is supposed to be unlocked. It was not. We spent the night (it was pouring)in our car and at the hotel down the street who kindly let us sit in their lobby. At 6:00 am we were absolutely desperate and started circling the place with the car, honking our horn and still no one stirred.
We left quite a few pitiful messages on the machine, I've sent them an email stating the problem and NOT ONE APOLOGY FROM THEM. We were terrorized. Good thing we didn't have kids with us.
Someone finally showed up at 7:10 on Sunday morning. "continental breakfast" was supposed to be at &.

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