We had driven past this beautiful historic old house many times on our way to my brother's snowmobile camp in Constableville, and finally decided to give it a try over Memorial Day weekend. We chose Walter's room for the private bath and four poster bed, and it exceeded our expectations. The pictures really don't do this place justice. It is even more impressive in person. Craig has restored it to its full 1800's splendor. We arrived earlier than check-in time, but Craig just happened to be there and was more than happy to show us around. I have to admit I was most impressed with the small bar to the right of the main entrance. It was fully stocked, with wine, beer, champagne, and a full array of liquor. And it is all help yourself to the houseguests! Never saw that in a B and B before. Breakfast was amazing all three mornings, with pancakes, french toast, bacon, and fresh fruit. We really enjoyed an egg-bake with tater tots and cheese blended in. Craig is an excellent cook and a great conversationalist as well. He really made us feel at home. All of this came at a bargain price compared to other B and Bs we've stayed at. Try the North Country Manor yourself if you're ever in the area. You will not be disappointed.…
Craig is the owner, operator of the B&B, and he is the best host ever. The breakfasts are excellent, and he allows you to have the run of the place. Our group used the kitchen to make some evening meals. Each bathroom is very spacious, and all in great working order. You just feel like you are at home here.
Craig does a superb job with this historic, fun B&B. Lovely rooms and a great breakfast to boot. Don't stay anywhere else if you're in this area. Loved it! It's also very easy to find and convenient to local attractions.
Great spot. Would recommend to anyone in need of a place to stay in the area. The whole place was very nice and clean. Great bedrooms, clean bathrooms, clean common areas. The bar was a plus. Breakfast was very good as well. Craig, the owner is nice guy and attentive. For what it's worth, I am not a B&B guy, but this place was great and I'd stay again.
This old Italianate inn was a fantastic place to stay. The woodwork alone is reason enough to visit. All the newer trim blends right in with the older beautifully restored stuff. We stayed in Anna's room which is spacious and comfortable. Being the only two guests for the evening, we did tour all the rooms. All were well appointed and looked comfortable. When you visit, ask Craig about history of the inn. In the morning, Craig fixed us a fabulous breakfast -- way more than the two of us could eat. So we asked Max the dog to help, and he happily obliged. Our only regret was we couldn't stay longer. Next time we'll stay more than a night.