The Homestead manages to walk a fine line between last century elegance and modern excess. The cliché, “you get what you pay for” is quite true there. Fortunately, it is a positive. If you do spend to excess you get your money’s worth. Likewise, spending less still nets you first class return on your investment. Either way you will spend. You just won’t feel bad about it.
Perhaps the dining room has suffered from occasional understaffing, which changed elegant leisurely dining into slow service. More often than not that perception was a function of diners not appreciating the former.
The amenities, the menus, the setting, the accommodations, and especially the service personnel make The Homestead an institution well worth patronizing and preserving.
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