At this genteel Victorian hotel, you sense the genuinely familial mood as soon as you enter the plush and handsome lobby. Most large guest rooms have French doors leading to private balconies and are finished with a very elegant touch; rooms under the eaves have loft beds. Paintings and rustic antiques (such as a huge wooden sled) are scattered throughout. The conservatory-like dining room shares the chef with the hotel's popular restaurant, Chez Meyer's, adorned with vintage family photos and serving a creative seasonal menu.
Jun 25, 2010
Gem of hotel - absolutely perfect in every way. The staff is amazing, the food is stupendous, and the views are incredible. I have stayed here several times over the last decade and whenever I leave i can't wait to return again the next time. Some of the rooms have faded carpets and furniture and the TV's are older, but to me that is part of the charm of this hotel - and the views from the South facing rooms are indescribable. It isn't a Hyatt
in a big city - It is grand and old world, comfortable, and stately, and very, relaxing to be in. I travel in some of the finest hotels in the world - but I love this hotel more than any of them and I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Apr 28, 2008
Our room had broken furniture which was never fixed and we were not able to change rooms. Our dinner table had wobbly leg and when we asked to be moved the smarmy owner placed a match book under the leg. We had booked a week but decided to change hotels after one night. The owner charged our credit card for nights we didn't use. Overaall, dilapidated facility with owners unskilled in the hotel business.