This hotel has a lot of history and charm, but I would advise travellers to be picky about which rooms they book. Room 413 was very close to the worst room we have ever stayed in. The hallway outside smells musty, and once you get in the room, you are assaulted by that same musty, overheated smell. The sole window is no larger than 18x24” and is up by the ceiling; it can’t be opened. The air conditioner helped with the temperature and the odour. The room itself is small though the bathroom is a good size. You must go down to the second floor if you want coffee in your room, and breakfast is not included. I know there are better rooms, because you can see them from outside!
I would also recommend that if you wish to eat in the dining room (which looks charming), and if you are staying on any kind of holiday (we were here on February 14), make sure you reserve in advance. Our hostess could not seem to tell us flatly that the room was fully booked that night, just that “we’ve had a lot of reservations,” and that “we’ve stopped taking reservations.”More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking