The owner of Westchester House is extremely warm and friendly but the high price was not worth it. For 205 dollars per night before taxes we got a room not in the main house but across the parking lot in a drab second house, apparently bought to supplement the number of rooms. The main building was charming but we were not in it, save for breakfast. Breakfast was also disappointing. For 200 a night I had hoped for more than a breakfast of muffins, bread, some ham, and cheese when I awoke. It is tough to write a hard review on such a nice guy but the room simply was not worth the money paid.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in a residential neighborhood of tree-lined streets, this hidden jewel has offered gracious guest accommodations in a Queen Anne Victorian since 1987. Chestnut mouldings, antique furnishings, up-to-date amenities, and a garden oasis from spring through late fall. Walk to all downtown offers, the race course or the museums. Unsurpassed hospitality. Vacation getaway or business travel in the charm of this inspired community and property. ... more less