My boyfriend and I stayed at the Stone House recently, having been unable to get rooms at the Summit Inn. I am a great lover of historic B&Bs, so I was excited. Check-in was conveniently from 3pm-9pm--since we had a 3:30 tour at Fallingwater, this worked well. But the woman at the front desk handed me a card to fill out, then asked 3 or 4 times how I was paying, like I was going to skip out on the bill or something. Then she gave us a code and told us that it would give us access to the outside door of the "new wing" and our room. We walked all the way around the building in the pouring rain only to discover that there was no key code on the door. So we walked all the way back around to ask again for instructions, only to be given a blank stare and told, "The key opens the outside door and your room door." When we replied that she hadn't given us a key, we got another blank stare until another girl behind the desk finally gave us the keys. The "renovated" room itself was less than stellar for the price we paid (almost twice what the historic rooms in the inn cost). We got a jacuzzi and television, so I guess that's what the difference was. But it was cheap construction, with holes in the vinyl siding and bargain carpeting. The television was extremely small, and the toilet was not securely bolted to the wall or floor. There was very little attempt made to decorate the room. It felt like staying in a motel, and not a great one. The historic rooms inside the inn looked much nicer, even if they were closer to the noise of the highway. The food was great, and the inn itself was neat, but next time I'll request a room in the house itself, because the jacuzzi rooms ARE NOT WORTH THE MONEY.
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