My husband and I stayed here 1 night. I want to preface this review by saying that we did not choose this hotel for the haunted stuff; we're not into that kind of thing. We stayed here because we received a gift certificate. If you are a believer in ghosts and haunted houses, then you would probably appreciate this place a bit more than we did.
We stayed in the Lavender suite. The room was clean, huge and had a lot of character. It had an eating area with a large table, fireplace, coffee maker, etc. It had a king bed, a tiny TV (13 in), and a large bathroom. The shower was terrible. There was a normal shower head, but there was also side plumbing that had spouts along it that spat out cold water. So, while you're under the warm shower head, your sides are getting sprayed with cold water...bizarre! The bed was ok in regard to comfort, but it was under a window and you could hear the highway traffic all night. If you're a light sleeper this room would be too noisy, but we slept fine.
We ate dinner at the Lemp restaurant, and it was great. We had crab cakes for an appetizer, and they were good. One of us had surf and turf and the other had fried shrimp for entrees. Both were surprisingly good. The service was good too.
Breakfast at this "bed and breakfast" was less than desirable. Breakfast was laid out on the table when we arrived. My husband and I like to eat healthy, and this breakfast was not up our alley at all. The items on the table included: Otis Spunkmeyer (sp) muffins, potato chips, packaged glazed donuts things, chocolate candy, nutrigrain bars, two bottles of Orange juice, bottled water (yay), and some other sort of snack bar. That may be the perfect breakfast for some people, but we didn't eat any of it.
Overall, our stay was disappointing. The saving grace was the food at dinner. Again, if you're into ghosts and haunted houses you may get more out of a stay at this place than we did.
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