Room 2 was spacious bright and clean. Love the large bathroom and walk in shower with its temperature controlled faucet handle. Takes the guesswork out of 2 knob start up. Nice fluffy robes and a complementary glass of wine were relaxing. Would have been nice to visit on a dry summer day rather than a rainy cold November night. The deck in room 2 has a partial roof view which I did not like as well as the gravel parking lot. Also we like to relax in bed on morning and watch network morning show which was not available on their satellite TV
Warning!,. Just learned the Bedford Post Inn might be putting up a 130' cell tower 100' from the Inn, Restaurant & Yoga studio. They are about to destroy a destination that was once a gem to dine and stay at. So sad. Strongly suggest checking with the restaurant and hotel on the status of the construction and radiation exposure before making reservations. hope its not true!
I was weary to stay here because the reviews made it seem mediocre. However, my husband and I decided to spend our anniversary here. We found the Inn lovely. The room was extremely clean and beautifully decorated. Zach at the front desk was extremely helpful and kind. We would definitely stay here again. My only semi issue was the service at The Barn was quite slow, but what restaurant isn’t post-2020. Food was great. All and all a nice night away.
My wife and I just spent a couple of days here. Staff was excellent, rooms were spacious and comfortable. The surroundings were peaceful and beautiful I would definitely come back and stay at the Bedford Post Inn
Booked by my travel agent Virgi at Luxvoyage and professionally attended by zak, Lukas, Warren and Robert to a great family get together in a beautiful setting. We booked 4 large rooms that were all tastefully furnished with a balcony . The breakfast was different and loved by all. Yes, it is expensive but worth it for us. We will definitely be back there again.
A Beautiful room but thats it. Welcome was guy on the computer telling me to wait. He then showed us around and apologised profusely for the state of the lounge and proceeded to do nothing about it for 4 hours. Breakfast was undercooked frittata and breadbasket was 1 scone and an undercooked confection. We had one of our party with allergies for dairy and eggs and absolutely no attempt to find a substitute was made. The restaurant and the hotel are now completely separately owned. Overall the place is beautiful but the staff make it not worth the expense
The lovely Bedford Post Inn needs immediate care and love it seems...The property is beautiful but its staff is incompetent, food is average at best and the service is well, inexistant for what is dubbed a "luxury" establishment. Even more when it is supposed to be a "Relais et Chateaux"... The wifi did not work, yet the manager explained to me it worked just fine all whilst chewing gum... Staff should be there to take care of guests not be snooty and stand offish... Enjoy!
Perfection! A gorgeous property, beautiful gardens, super comfortable rooms with great amenities and the most warm and welcoming team. You are so close to the city and CT and yet you feel like you are tucked away in Tuscany or the Cotswolds. Old world charm everywhere. My corner room had beautiful old wood exposed beams and a delightful spa bathroom. Every corner, every detail of this place is picture perfect. Can’t wait to come back!
Despite the fact that hospitality has many of the same letters as hostile, one should not confuse the two. However, this is exactly what the staff at this strange place have done. Stand offish, over-staffed and under welcoming seem to be their mantra. Rooms, well decked out, grounds lovely - but feeling scared of the staff does not make for a good stay! Heating also not easy to manage. Food options poor both in scope and accessibility.
My partner and I were very excited to spend a few nights at the Bedford Post Inn for our fifth anniversary after staying with some friends in Pound Ridge earlier that week. While the price tag was a bit high, we thought it would be a lovely way to spend our anniversary, especially since it’s a part of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux. Upon arrival we were greeted by a slightly frantic front desk attendant. We were then shown to our room where we settled in and then decided it was time for an afternoon cocktail. After all, it was 3:00pm on a Sunday. We made our way down to “The Barn” which is the only open restaurant on the premises - normally there are 3. We were told they were closed between brunch and dinner. Normally that wouldn’t be a problem, but there was no minibar, no room service, and no other restaurants/bars in the surrounding areas, so we were out of luck. Later that day as we were got ready for dinner, we found that our shower wouldn’t get hotter than lukewarm. The sink? More than very hot. But the shower just wouldn’t heat up. So a lukewarm shower would have to do.We left our room to walk to the restaurant for our reservation, which thankfully we made because when we checked in earlier that day we were told by the front desk that they were fully booked. And again, nothing else was open at the hotel. When we finished dinner, we passed the front desk where we were asked whether we still wanted our evening beverage and charcuterie plate. At check-in we told them we would love that. “Are you sure?” asked the front desk attendant asked at 9pm. “Yes, that would be great.” I said. “And the charcuterie plate? Are you sure?” “Yes,...please” I said. Confused, we wandered back to our room. The after dinner drink and plate never arrived. The next day both my partner and I had a little bit of work to do so we turned the TV on and opened our laptops. No more than 5 minutes passed and the TV froze and started buffering and our internet cut in and out. We walked to the front desk and asked for their help. One of the employees came to our room and proceeded to inspect the back of our TV for about 5 minutes. Clearly a bit out of her element, she told us she was going to get someone to help and would be back. She never returned. No one came to fix it. Also, there is no cell service at the hotel so without WIFI you’re a little out of luck. While I understand that this is only a 4-star hotel, I would have expected more from a boutique property that had only 8 rooms and whose cheapest room starts at $675.00.…