My husband and I visited the Cornwall Inn using a Groupon deal. Soon after entering the inn, I was creeped out by the dozens and dozens of clown cookie jars on display in the kitchen. I should have listened to my gut and left, but we decided to stay and give the place a chance.
When we were led to our room, Lynee apologized for the state of the grounds; she blamed allergies or something, but why couldn't she have hired someone? There were dead plants everywhere and it looked really awful. We stayed in a large ground-level room. I was excited to use the in-room hot tub, but when I started the jets the water turned dirty, with hair (not mine) and dust bunnies streaming into the tub. Gross!
The Groupon had promised a welcome snack platter, a vineyard tour, and Amish buggy ride. The platter was a joke (it seemed to be whatever they happened to have on hand) and I felt like I had to harangue Lynee for info on the tour and buggy ride. We ended up only staying one night (despite it being a two-night deal) and foregoing the rest of the package.
We've been to other B&Bs through Groupon and this experience was by far the worst. Stay away.
- Also Known As:
- Cornwall Hotel
- Cornwall Hotel Cornwall
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 5-Star rated, Historic Cornwall Inn, built in the late 1700s, is a beautiful and romantic Country Inn located in the heart of Pennsylvania's Amish Country. It is just minutes away from Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster, Lebanon, and the PA Turnpike (Exit 266). With it's beautiful gardens and relaxed, captivating atmosphere it is THE place for a romantic, dream-filled wedding, romantic getaway, business travel lodging, party, or a discreet and private business meeting. ... more less
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