I loved my experience at The Park Street Inn. I had never even heard of the place until the day before I booked, and I was able to easily book a stay for that weekend. There was a bit of a miscommunication when it came to the price of the room, but they cleared it up immediately without any worry. The location isn't somewhere you'd think to spend the night, but Nevis is an adorable little town...emphasis on little. It's within a half hour of a bunch of other fun towns, and the house is across the street from a gorgeous lake. That made for a beautiful evening stroll. The house is adorable. It feels like you're stepping back in time. They had a lovely front room for people to relax in, and a nice coffee and tea set-up available 24/7. Our room was delightful. All of the amenities were there for us, including an in-room mini fridge stocked with water, which as fantastic to have. Plus, there was a whirlpool IN THE ROOM. I can't overstate how great that was. The new owners, Katie and Mike, were delightful. They were very respectful of COVID rules, wearing masks and social distancing. That was important because this was our first trip out of town in more than a year and we we wanted to be safe. They set us up well when we got there, including telling us about all the food options in town, complete with in-room menus for them. They were delightful to visit with and have a fun story about how they ended up owning a B&B. And then there's the breakfast. OMG, the breakfast. My frittata was to die for! It was packed with bacon and so many vegetables. I felt like I was eating a decadent health food. Plus, the breakfast started off with a delightful fruit cup with homemade whipped cream. I'd say the only drawbacks were due the age of the house. You could hear people going up and down stairs from our room, and the door to our room didn't seem to quite fit the frame and was hard to push open. The price is about average for a B&B from what I've seen. But I think it's a good value. I'd go back in a heartbeat.…
The Park Street Inn is just the place for an up north getaway! The owners are so accommodating! They let us stay one night and change our date due to weather. The bnb had all the little touches including movies and games for nights in and recommendations for things to do and places to eat. You’re not going to want to eat out because the breakfast was delicious! We were offered seconds that we couldn’t turn down! We had a lovely conversation with the owners and it felt like a home away from home. The snow was even brushed off our car before we left. The couple is so personable and kind. We are looking forward to visiting again!
My husband and I stayed here over a long weekend. We stayed in the red room because it had the extra room on the porch where we could store our extra stuff. There is an extra bed in there as well as a table and chairs. The bed was comfortable, the linens were of good quality, and the room had a hot tub which was the perfect treat after a day of cross-country skiing. We tried 3 different trails, all were excellent: well groomed trails, gorgeous views. The new owners were fantastic. The place was spotless, COVID standards maintained and the breakfasts were gourmet level yet not too rich or overwhelming. Due to COVID we did take out for the evenings and Nevis is not far from good restaurants, we lived it up on our little get away.
Owner went out of her way to abide by pandemic recommendations. Breakfast was awesome. Our suite was super clean. Right across from the beach, so very easy for some lake time. Heard the loons calling all evening. Nevis is a cute town and easy to walk around.
My wife's parents and grand parents used to own the house. We went there for a week or so each summer. My wife spent her summers here. It was sad to sell, but it is in the best of care now. Linda is a first rate innkeeper. It still has the charm from the time it was build. In fact it is improved. It is comfortable, welcoming, and a complete treat to visit. We love the fact that it is better maintained than we could have possibly done as absentee owners. Sitting on the front porch is relaxing, and brings back all the best memories of summers past.