I called Briarwood Inn because the ratings I'd seen were okay...really disappointed. Originally had booked a room with king sized bed, but after buying lobsters and other shellfish, I called and asked if they had a room with a stove so we could steam our food. Was told they had their "honeymoon suite" available. It cost more but sounded great so I said fantastic. The "suite" did have a small kitchen, a bedroom and a living room. Sadly the floor was sticky and you could hear every step taken, the carpet under the coffee table was really dirty with spots, the table was also sticky and the whole place had a non clean feeling. What made it a "honeymoon suite"? The jacuzzi bathrub, which frankly, we didn't use. The shower this morning was horrific! Couldn't get hot water, barely less than COLD and no pressure at all so little barely beyond a dripping. The bed creaked and made noise with every move. Not very good sleep. There were also cockroach looking bugs in kitchen sink this morning. Of all hotels/motels in last 2 weeks in the Maritime/Atlantic Provinces, this was our worst experience!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Briarwood has something for everyone, a Heritage Home B&B, Six two bedroom cottages, a lodge with six suites including full kitchens, and a ten unit motel. We are situated on the water. All rooms are air conditioned. We are open year round. ... more less
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