My boyfriend and I booked a room at Ms. Molly's looking for a quiet romantic weekend. Since we booked a little late the only room available was the yellow room, which looked quite quaint in the pictures.
Upon arrival the first thing we had to do was pay for the room. Then we were shown around the inn. When we got to our room my first surprise was that the bathroom was outside the room across a large sitting area. My second (and really unpleasant) surprise was to discover that the bathroom was shared with the green room, which is next door to the yellow room. This is not what we were expecting for a romantic gateaway, and certainly not what we were expecting for the room rate (in no other B&B in the price range have we encountered a shared bathroon thus far). Lin's (the innkeeper) reaction couldn't have been more non-chalant.
After getting back home I re-read the room description both in their website and brochures looking for something that I overlooked and that would have indicated that the room had a shared bathroom. That was not the case.
Other than that, breakfast was elaborate, and the innkeepers were helpful with suggesting activities and reservations.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Miss Molly's Inn sits on the bay and has five wonderful porches with plenty of rocking chairs and a large deck on the second floor that overlooks the bay. We also have a beautiful screened in porch full of flowers. The inn is open all year round and is perfect for honeymoons, small weddings, conferences and family get-togethers! Miss Mollys is also where Marguerite Henry wrote her classic 'Misty of Chincoteague'. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Miss Molly`s Hotel Chincoteague Island
- Miss Molly`s Inn Bed And Breakfast