Cabin fever hit and so we hit the road for an overnight getaway in chilly mid-February, and altogether found our stay at the Inn to be OK -- I wouldn't label it as "poor", but still really only should get 2 stars out of 5.
Room was large with a separate area with a desk and full-length mirror, which was nice. Furniture was old without having lots of personality, generally, so the overall impression is that it could use an upgrade. TV must have been over 20 years old, for instance.
At check-in, I asked the young woman at the desk if she knew an antiquarian bookstore in town I had heard of. She said "no" and didn't bother to try looking it up, or asking someone else -- seemed a strange lack of interest in providing service beyond the bare-bones of what was required.
Breakfast looked pretty sad -- I peeked into the crowded room and saw the low quality of the food and we decided to take off down the street to a cafe instead. Typical acrylic cases of low grade english muffins and pastries, boxes of cereal, and two warming trays that were empty but looked as if at one time had eggs and meat in them.
Overall wouldn't stay there again since in terms of service and quality, the things we hoped they would have, that are supposed to give an experience richness -- small scale of hotel should mean a personal experience, older building/furnishings should be full of character and of good quality. In our view, the inn fell short in both of these areas.
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