We stayed here and had a nice comfortable room. There is no one onsite to assist us. Called “Contactless checkin”, which was ok, but when the coffee break room ran out of cups, there was no one to replace them before we left. Be careful which room you reserve. When they say the bathroom is private in the hall, it’s quite a ways from your room.
This inn is in a very cool historic property. I wish we could have stayed more than one day! The room was comfortable, and it was nice to have coffee and tea available in the lounge. Would absolutely stay again.
We selected this hotel because of its history. We loved the idea of staying in a place built in the 19th century. This place is well suited to a certain type of traveler. For example, there is garage storage for the many cyclists who visit the area. The rooms were quite clean. We stayed in a room where you had to enter the hall to get to the bath. The bath would have been shared if the other room using it was rented to the same party. As we were alone, the sharing room was taken out of service so the bath was private. Some rooms have attached private baths. There is a lounge area with coffee and tea available anytime. If friends/family are traveling together, the lounge is a bonus for gathering. Disappointments included the stained carpet on some stairs and small bath towels. As some stairs were polished wood, leaving stained carpet on some of the stairs seems a poor choice. The b&b vibe comes partly because the staff is not usually on site, but is available by text or phone. Also, because of the historic nature of the building, there are many steps and stairs. There are some workarounds if stairs are an issue. Discuss at booking to be sure you can be accommodated. Overall, we enjoyed the stay. Very inexpensive.…
Our room was clean and comfortable and check in was easy since David texted us with info ahead of time. But the first thing that greeted us was a really dirty, gross carpet in the common room, a total turn off! Ugh! That’s not a great way to garner a favorable first impression with your guests. We were reluctant to use the coffee and tea station in the common room because of the soiled carpet.
The Cumberland Inn has the potential to be a quite charming place to stay, in a decent location. Unfortunately the execute just isn't there. From heavily soiled carpets and peeling paint to failing door locks this just doesn't rise to level of being considered by any but the most budget conscious traveler. We had booked two rooms w/ a private bath. Unfortunately, the lock to the bathroom was heaving damaged, preventing entry. Based on damage, there have been many occurrences for folks to try to break into the bathroom, so it is surprising that it just hasn't been fixed. After calling the property manager, the response was simply "use another bathroom". No apology, no explanation, and no fixing the lock. So the alternate bath was only private in the event the other rooms had not been reserved.…
Was perfect for a fall visit to Cumberland with my best friend. At only $89 per room per night, we were able to get rooms directly across the hall from one another and share a bath. Very clean and comfortable. We stayed 2-nights, and if not for weather, we would've stayed a 3rd. Only issue encountered: during the pandemic, there's no office staff on-site. At one point, I had to get something out of my car and left my key and phone in my room. Since the inn's doors lock at night, I couldn't get back in. It was 20 minutes until my friend realized I was down there, and there is a sketchy element from the liquor store down the block. I was a bit rattled. Maybe put a "did you remember your key?" sign near the doors. Regardless, I hope to stay here again.
My husband and I spent a weekend in Cumberland, MD to see the fall foliage and ride the Western Maryland Scenic Train, which was great. We spent one night here, Megan was wonderful. Let us park our car early in the morning and walk to the train station. The Inn is within walking distance to some very enjoyable restaurants and shops. Megan gave great suggestions on where to eat. We would stay again if our travels bring us back to this little, very historic town.
Megan went out of her way to help me out. I arrived early, on a bicycle, cold and wet and muddy. She had a secure place for me to store the bike in a locked garage with a bike rack, gave me rags to help me clean the bike and my bags, let me check in early, gave me a choice of rooms, and had excellent recommendations for meals w/in walking distance. The room was large and comfortable, the bed was amazingly, luxuriously comfortable, the bathroom was lovely, everything was clean, the house was large and had numerous amenities. I was very comfortable and was able to get all my stuff clean and dry for the next day's ride.
My husband and I stayed one night here. We were taking the train ride and didn’t want to stay at a chain. It is a cute inn with several different types of rooms. Our room was very clean and decorated nicely. We enjoyed that we could walk downtown from the inn and feel safe because it is a well traveled road. They also have plenty of parking and a locked garage out back for your bikes if you are a bike rider. We would stay here again.
The hotel name should not include spa, there is no spa, that’s confusing. Most of the rooms are on the street side and the noise is loud, bring your earplugs. The rooms are mediocre clean, the sitting area carpet was dirty, the coffee is in one building, and the refrigerator is in another, adjoining building. This place does have potential but it just isn’t there yet. I wouldn’t stay here again or recommended it at this time.