This is a lovely, clean, historic home located in a quiet residential neighborhood in Buffalo. Chris is a friendly guy and his breakfast was very good. If that is all you are after in a B&B, you will be happy here. If you are more into full service bed and breakfasts with fresh flowers, bathrobes, bottled water in the room, freshly baked cookies, refreshments for guests (coffee, tea, etc.), brochures and other information about the local area, restaurant guides or menus you may be disappointed here. We stayed in the Woodside Suite, a very large bedroom with a king sized bed, a sitting area with a couch and love seat and a bathroom with shower only. The room itself was very comfortable (though I agree with a review that said the bed was too firm). The bathroom was long, but very narrow (3 feet wide). There is a small vanity with no place large enough to set toiletries and you have to maneuver around the toilet and sink to get to the shower. We only saw Chris for five minutes at check in and breakfast; we never saw Johnny. Coffee was supposed to be ready at 7 but when I went downstairs, the dining room was dark. I went to Dunkin Donuts for coffee, which made me very cranky. Chris told me I should have knocked, but I didn’t feel comfortable knocking since the website said the kitchen “reverts to Chris’ private area after breakfast.” The next day I did knock, but still didn't feel comfortable doing so. Why not light the dining room and open the kitchen door to welcome guests in for coffee or tea? I would have bumped this up to four or even five stars had a few more amenities been thrown in to make guests feel more welcome and comfortable.
The Woodward is a very large room, but the bath very narrow. The bed is a little hard.
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