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My friends and I enjoyed a mid-day tea in the George Washington Room with its high, colonial arched windows and its Williamsburg-style decor. The fare consisted of tea choices, a blueberry scone with cinnamon butter, cream of mushroom soup, three varied canapes, and a small...More
The Lowell Inn is fantastic! We had our rehearsal dinner in their back room and the food was amazing. The staff were nice and helpful, everyone had a great time! We also stayed in the honeymoon suite for the weekend and it was clean and...More
This place is terribly overpriced! We paid $189 for a room with the toilet and sink behind a curtain. Bed was like a rock and pillows pancakes. Room doors with glass allow hallway light into room all night. Worth about $29.99 for the clean towels....More
This historic inn was built in 1927 and is a Stillwater institution. The location could not be better--one short block from the heart of downtown. It was built in Georgian style and lots of kitsch remains. It seemed to be on the verge of closing...More
A Christmas Eve overnight with a wheelchair bound relative was not joyful at the Lowell Inn. I guess every experience is based on expectations, I really don’t think ours were excessive. We had asked about accessibility in advance. It was the customer service that was...More
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I'm sorry our guest felt obligated to post this. They called days after their departure to let us know they left the bag. It was in a very inconspicuous location when found. I was informed that the guests were contacted and... More
I'm sorry our guest felt obligated to post this. They called days after their departure to let us know they left the bag. It was in a very inconspicuous location when found. I was informed that the guests were contacted and the bag and cover has been mailed back to them. And yes, we trust our housekeeping staff with our guests valuables. I understand the cover had a strong personal attachment, and hope they get many more years of enjoyment fro it.