My room (Tiffany Room) was beautiful as was the interior of the home however, to take a shower, you have to step down and stand in this huge jacuzzi tub which was very awkward. Don the proprietor was very friendly. The exterior of the property needed maintance and was overgrown. In fact, the bricks on the front steps are loose and pose a trip hazard. The "breakfast" consisted of a communal pantry with coffee maker and a dorm fridge for juice, yogurt and frozen breakfast items that could be toasted. There was no hot breakfast offered. I would have expected more for the $176/night price. I had pictures taken and appreciated the use of the property but for a little bit more, you could stay at the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic Rochester is now home to its first bed & breakfast “The Rochester Carriage House”. The home is Rochester’s oldest dating back to 1849. The original home is still intact with many upgrades added on over the years, including a 800 square foot sunroom, swimming pool, pool house, gourmet kitchen, etc.The three rooms located in the upper portion of the house can be rented individually or together. The fourth room located on the west side of the property is over 900 square feet and features a full kitchen and living room.We feature organic, non-processed food sourced from local farms. We make everything fresh for each guest. Just let us know what time you would like to eat. ... more less
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