We have been undertaking a tour of New England staying in the cheapest and generally most low budget accomodaition we can find. The night we spent in Warren was actually the most expensive hotel of our trip and the most disapointing.
We were on the second floor and there is no lift. The car park was full of snow which had not been cleared and the walk to the car was icy and dangerous.
We arrived and there were kids everywhere. They were running around the corridors, leaving bags everywhere, which we tripped over. Shouting and generally having a great time. Good for them! However after a long drive I just wanted a good nap and some peace, but they were running up and down the corridors. There didn't seem to be parents around so i assume they were here at ski camp or something similar?
We also discovered that our bedroom adjoined 2 other rooms on either side of us that were occupied. These doors were not locked and couldn't be locked. So we wedged chairs up against them and had to carry all valuables with us out and about. This should have been explained before we booked. Obviously rooms for families.
Then my girlfriend went for a shower only to discover there was no hot water. We tried for a while with no luck. Finally phoning reception, maned by a young nervous girl. She said there had been a few complaints and the engineer was looking at the boiler. An hour later and no phone call from the staff to apologies or explain the water came back on. By which time we were late fro our dinner reservation down the road.
All in all, disappointing. The area is however beautiful and great if you want to ski - which actually i dont (because i cant) but as part of our road trip it was a nice area to visit.
I guess there isnt much choice for cheap accommodation in this area so theres not much competition for the hotels to keep high standards.
I must say the breakfast was good though. They recently had a new chef start and she cooked a very nice fresh biscuits and gravy (A southern dish I understand)
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- Experience the charm and hospitality of our country inn. Choose between a relaxing evening reading in the library or a chat by the sitting room fireplace. Our floors creak and our fires crackle and we wouldn't have it any other way. The Inn features rooms with private baths, cable TV, and breakfast. Dinner available Thursday - Saturday (in season). The Inn is less than one mile from the Lincoln Peak Slopes of Sugarbush, on the shuttle route. ... more less
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