The Chateau Country Inn: Our room was a nice, simple, clean and neat room. Wish the bed was a bit softer, but it was ok. The entire floor is on one heat zone, but being an HVAC guy, I found a way to regulate the temp in our room....there was a gas valve being used as a water shut off on the radiators. Cut it to about halfway and presto! No longer in the heat of Hades. The toilet....now, there's a fun story. It must have been originally intended for Ernie Keebler and the elves at the cookie factory in the hollow tree. Members of The Lollipop Guild must have installed it. Seriously, I think it's a kiddie potty. Fat middle-aged dudes shouldn't have to require a backup camera to use it....Even my own personal short person, the lovely Miss G, said it was too short. And if it's too short for G, it's too short. The inn is, overall, a nice quiet place, and I'd probably come back if I was in the area. It could use a little exterior face-lifting to improve the curb appeal, but the interiors are pleasant and neat and clean. The folks who own the inn also own the tour boats, and if you stay 2 nights you get free tour tickets. Not bad. They made a reservation for us at a nice local place for dinner, and their recommendation was an excellent one. It's hard to find this place after dark, as the road is not lit (nor is the small sign in front),so prepare to drive past it and come back.…
I stayed here in August with a friend of mine for a girls weekend and enjoyed our stay so much; I wanted to bring my husband for our anniversary. We both enjoyed our weekend. It was quiet and the room and bedding were clean and comfortable. We were looking for different places to visit and Beth took the time to look up festivities in the area. The free boat tour is a great added bonus. During the summer months there are a few to choose from so each time can be something different. We are definitely staying again.
When you travel to the Thousand Islands in New York State, you get to appreciate a way of life that isn't just found anywhere. Staying at the Chateau Country Inn is a great choice. Nicely appointed rooms (5) all with baths, sharing a common kitchen, dining and porch. We were there with a crew that booked all the rooms and we had a wonderful time. Stay for two nights and take advantage of the free ride on the Island Boat Tour . There are other larger tour boats but Island Tours have craft that take you to places in the islands that you can't see from the bigger tour boats.
Arrived to find that the air conditioning in the room had not been turned on prior to our arrival. There was a heat wave going on, so the room felt like a sauna! Also, there is no air conditioning in any of the common areas (Living room, kitchen, etc.) so that felt like a constant sauna. The toilet in our room would not flush properly, They fixed it in a timely manner. Our beds were never made during our stay. There was no shampoo, or lotion in our room upon arrival, just a little bar of soap. The "continental breakfast" consisted of 1 packaged muffin per guest, along with some single serve cereal, and yogurt. There were small cans of juice in the fridge.We also had to ask for fresh towels, as the maid seemed adverse to entering the rooms. Over all, pretty disappointed.
I stayed there with my 2 kids (7 and 11) during October break. The place is in the outside might not look as cute at it was in the inside. Phenomenal kitchen, super cute living room to have breakfast there. We loved the view. Well priced, walking distance to dinning restaurant
We have stayed at several different places in the area over the last few years from simple small B&B's to 4 star hotel. We wanted a simple one night place to sleep and chose the Boathouse room here for a very reasonable price on a holiday weekend. Having never stayed here we naturally read the Trip Advisor reviews and although mixed...we booked it. DON'T look at the older reviews!....Our room and the other 2 we looked in were all very clean and well appointed. Our bed was a nice firm king size and the bath and shower were great. This is a B&B and the little kitchen and adjoining screen porch or living room were comfortable and clean. Breakfast offers muffins oj cereal fruit yogurt coffee etc. The outside still needs some "spiffing up" and the owners who greeted us on the way in and out have plans to continue to renovate..I think we found our go to spot in Clayton! …
Husband and I stayed there 3 nights the week of July 23. We booked it because of the location, right on the water. We were very happily surprised when we got there and saw how clean and updated the rooms were. We spent alot of time at night sitting on the screened in porch overlooking the water, rained alot that week. The price was right, we will definitely be staying there again.!!
We recently stayed at this quaint bed and breakfast type place. We stayed in The Lighthouse room and our 2 daughters stayed across the hall in the Nautical room. Both rooms were very nicely decorated, the place was clean and the staff was so helpful! We loved Mindy and Beth who both went out of their way to make sure the 4 of us were comfortable and had everything we needed. The shared screened porch was lovely for watching the boats go by and the incredible sunsets. We plan to go back again next month!!!
We stayed 4 nights over the Christmas parade week-end. The room was well-appointed & very comfortable, & a bonus we didn't know about beforehand: breakfast was included! So this made the reasonable rate even more attractive. The accommodations also included a sitting room w large TV & a self-service kitchen just for guests. We will go back!
There was no one to greet you or to take a phone call when we arrived. We spoke to a worker who called the owner regarding a breakfast question we had. We were assured that the food truck would be open at our desired leave time and it wasn't. Really a food truck for breakfast? ?? It had no tv. The windows were wide open on a very cool day. We didn't realize it immediately and had turned up the heat. It's located on a busy road. I would not recommend this place for the price. Odd ownership....