We stayed one night to visit Clarkson University. My daughter and I stayed in the Thomas Clark Room. It was quite spacious in that room. This room is toward the front of the house, so some road noise is able to be heard. The bed was very comfortable. I enjoyed reading in the living room downstairs. Eleanor brought out a stack of magazines that she thought I might like and I read two of them. We got to choose our breakfast time (I believe we might have been the only guests that night). My daughter had some stitches in her lip and needed a softer food diet and they accommodated her needs wonderfully. Breakfast was delicious. We had blueberry pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, yogurt with fruit, cinnamon coffee cake and more. If she chooses Clarkson, we will definitely stay here every trip we can.
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- Experience the past in our circa 1842 Greek Revival home... lovingly restored and filled with antiques and beautiful furnishings. All guest rooms feature a private bath.From the old-fashioned country breakfast to the top-notch service, you'll be glad you made The Brambles your home away from home. ... more less
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