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I was already kind of disappointed when we saw all those houses along the way... My partner and I thought, Okay, maybe it'll be a place in the middle of nowhere after these houses. But then we saw this property.... just behind a house. We found out that the owner of the inn lives there. How awkward. In fact, I can see the windows of the house right through the bathroom window of our room and that bothered me. The room, though, was beautiful and cozy. Every time we stepped inside, we felt at home and safe like we just want to stay there for days. But that wouldn't work because we didn't book for a room with a kitchen. Ours had only a fridge, a microwave, and an electric water kettle----which by the way, saved our night because here's the next part. The food menu was very limited and had things you would need to cook on a grill or fire. But it rained the night we checked in so besides the cheese sandwich (which was snack size), nothing else on the menu helped. Luckily, I always travel with extra food just in case. I had brought some cup noodles that we used the kettle for and skewers that we just had to microwave instead. For a place that's a 25-min drive to the nearest restaurant, my only suggestion would be to improve the menu for folks who came without knowing that they had to bring their own food and for those who want to stay there for a couple of days without having to drive out for every meal. That was the main disappointment for us. The next con for us would be that it's not really in the middle of nowhere. The photos don't show the other houses so you would easily think that it's on an open land by itself. Other than the garden in the back of the inn, there's not much to see on foot. Well--more like, we weren't sure where we could venture that wasn't also somebody else's property. Sadly, I have to add...our bed was a problem. Hopefully the other rooms had better beds but ours plunged in the middle and sounded like it was broken somewhere. The mattress was way too soft for me and had no support. Very clean bedding, though. Overall, it was a great idea, excellent marketing--- loved all the touches in the room (except almost everything had a price tag on it, literally), a very clean and peaceful place to stay. But you have to be prepared because it's just a really nice cabin.…
It will take you about 10 mins to drive up the Spruceton Road passed the post office, churches and homes to get to the Spruceton Inn. The drive is lovely, the arrival at your destination even better. What a view. The Inn is great, its rooms are simple and functional (we had a kitchenette). With wood at your door and BBQs dotted around the meadow it super easy to get that all important outdoor experience. Thanks Hannah and Lexi.
My husband and I stayed at the Spruceton Inn for a weekend while we were in the area for a wedding and we loved it! The inn is sort of out of the way, but it also has some great attractions really close to it, so while we had a 30 minute drive to the site for the wedding we were attending, once we were at the inn, we felt like we had everything we needed. The day of the wedding, we took a hike just down the street to the waterfall, and stopped off at West Kill Brewing on the way back. The room was simple, with a big, comfortable bed and a good amount of space. The rooms have front windows, as well as a huge rear window that overlooks the backyard. Since it was summer, the yard was a beautiful meadow with flowers. We had a few bugs in the room, likely because it was summer and there was a light above the door (and the fact that most of our comings and goings were at night...), but that is to be expected. Our room also had some cool art on the walls, which is all for sale - some of which was done by the same artist who did the labels for the beer cans at the brewery. There is no wifi in the room. Wifi is available only in the bar/office, which is located in Room One. There is no cell phone service in the area at all, but honestly, it was kind of nice. The bar is really cool - you can also have coffee and Pop Tarts there in the morning - and there is a fire pit right outside. There are also fire pits and grills scattered around the property, and that sort of made us wish we were staying longer. If you live in a city and decide to stay at the Spruceton Inn, make sure you take a few minutes to appreciate just how many stars are visible! When we pulled in on our first night, I got out of the car, looked up, and gasped. Don't worry about the wifi, stay here and spend all your time looking up.…
We stayed here a few years ago and loved it. Beautiful rooms & grounds, great location. Would have gone back but we’ve gotten a dog since then and they don’t allow them. Pretty please reconsider this?
Absolutely amazing wedding weekend that we held at the Spruceton Inn. Casey and her team are so wonderful and warm and anticipated all of our wedding weekend needs. Truly felt like home. So beautiful, couldn't ask for more.