They have retained just enough of the old mill structure and architecture to make it unique and interesting, but have added all the modern amenities.
The balcony views are beautiful, and I think almost every room has a balcony. If your room doesn't have a deep inviting, large, claw foot tub, then it will have a Jacuzzi big enough for at least two people as well as a traditional shower/tub combo.
I really appreciated the wood floors and cleanliness. The bed was more comfortable than most hotels.
The many common areas are also pleasant and inviting.
The restaurant meal that I had was VERY GOOD. The homemade beef stew (soup of the day) was some of the best I've ever had. The generous mixed green salad did not come out of a bag. The variety of greens and freshness suggests that it may have been grown locally. I also liked the homemade vinaigrette dressing. The rosetta (multi-grain) bread is baked by a local Mennonite lady, and was outstanding.
The staff is friendly and helpful, and it is a family run operation.
Now for the slight imperfections. Stockport is a DRY TOWN. If you want to enjoy a glass of wine or other alcoholic refreshments, you better bring it with you. The Inn will provide glasses upon request, and you can enjoy your drinks in the restaurant or your room.
The climate control system in the rooms have several settings, but they are not thermostatically controlled. So, it will require some adjustments periodically to keep the room comfortable.
Althought there were other guests at the Inn, I felt as if I almost had the place to myself. - Can't wait to go back!
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