I wish we had consulted Tripadvisor before we stayed, but our special occasion was ruined by many of the unbelievable antics of the innkeeper detailed in previous reviews. She was unwilling to open her door for check-in until the stroke of 4 p.m. (as opposed to 3:50, leaving us to swelter on her front porch). The room was miserably hot, and we were strictly prohibited from touching the thermostat. And she spouted so many sharply worded rude and inappropriate comments on any number of topics: calling her neighbors names, charged political comments, and inexplicably revealing highly inappropriate personal details at breakfast. Absolutely no mind/mouth filter. Added to a finale of bait and switch on price, we would never, ever recommend this establishment.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Housed in a historic French colonial house built in 1864, The Frenchtown Inn offers guests a warm and welcoming place to rest. With delicious and hearty breakfasts, private bathrooms with each room and plush bedsheets and towels, it has everything a weary traveler could ask for. Chris and Larry are friendly and engaging hosts, doing everything they can to make guests feel at home away from home. ... more less