Greek Revival columns at this 1847 home lend it an imposing presence in the middle of town, but the atmosphere is friendly and old-fashioned. Rooms are dainty and Victorian, dressed heavily in florals, and spread among the main inn, parsonage, and carriage house. On the nicely tended grounds you'll find a gazebo, pond, and waterfall. The inn runs one of the area's most respected restaurants, and its little old bar is one of the most wonderful in the state.
Oct 24, 2005
We booked 4 rooms in the Carriage House of Arlington Inn about 6 months in advance & made payment in full. We picked the specific rooms based on the photos on their website as well as comments on Fodors.com. In fact, they overcharged us & they sent us a refund with a confirmed list of our reserved rooms. However, when we arrived, we did not get the rooms we reserved in the Carriage House. Elizabeth, the owner, has changed all our rooms to ones that
were definitely not as nice & were in fact smelly. We thought this action was very unprofessional & unbusinesslike. We were very unhappy & would not recommend this inn to anyone due to its poor & unfair business practice.