- We first arrived to find a close door and no-one there to welcome us at the time that we were told to come to register. We called the number given and we were given the code for the door. As soon as we opened the door there was an awful, really pungent moth balls smell in that front room that was so overwhelming we had to leave the door opened to get some fresh air in.We went to our room and it was as bad. We opened all the windows in the bedroom and bathroom ( the whole weekend) but it was still bad. We went out just to stay away from that smell. - We had no way of controlling the AC it was coming on and off automatically. We were both wearing sweat pants and sweaters ( during August hottest days) it was so cold in that room. The opened windows were giving us a bit of warmth from outside. - In the evening I wanted to make a hot tea to warm up but the bottled water on top of the machine was empty, I texted the person in charge to let them know, they said they would come to put a new one BUT never did. - The breakfast was so full of fat and sugar I did not touch it. We were just given a plate of food without even been asked what we wanted, I would have been happy with toast and jam, I was given greasy eggs, thin looking pale burgers and overloaded of fat and sugar French toasts, it was awful. My husband said the coffee was very weak and left it in his cup. We just left. On the positive side, excellent shower and good bed. We really wanted a good weekend away but that was not it, what a disappointment. - Also the neighbor was working in his garage until 9pm drilling and hammering until 9pm and the garage is just outside the bedroom window :( - Everything was so old and very old fashion, even the magazines were from 2018. I sent photos of the place to my friends in England, they asked me if I was in a 1940 movie set!…
Absolutely the worst B&B we've stayed at throughout the US & Canada. The inn wasn't very clean, the bed lumpy, the non-HD TV had limited channels, the shower was so small that I had to open the door so I could wash my feet, banging doors around 6 AM woke us, and the breakfast left a lot to be desired-the eggs and french toast were warm at best-at least the bacon was hot (assume the eggs & french toast sat around waiting for the bacon to finish cooking). Outdoor furniture was limited and dirty.
Had to stay overnight in Berwick after my wife had elbow surgery, booked a stay at the White Birch Inn and we're amazed at the beauty of this place! Great amenities, cosy room, huge comfy bed, and one of the best breakfasts we've ever had. Our host was warm and friendly and made the best coffee, hash browns and eggs I've ever eaten. Can't say enough good things about this place and looking forward to coming back for a romantic getaway some day!
My wife and I stayed here to celebrate our 1st Anniversary and go hiking in Ricketts Glen. Everyone at the Inn made our stay truly wonderful with special custom surprises for us including rose petals, chilled wine, chocolate-covered strawberries, and even a decorated Anniversary cake! Thank you to Laura and Kristy for making our Anniversary celebration so special ;o)
My boyfriend and I stayed here and absolutely loved it. The night we stayed we were able to see fireworks from the backyard. Would definitely visit again! The breast was delicious and everyone was so friendly.
How do I put into words to describe a place when it feels like a home away from home?! I’ve stayed here before-last September- when I met a relative for this first time in my life! It’s a quaint area, big old homes and this town is surrounded by mountains! First stay I was in the Hydrangea Room and I loved it! This time my room was the Ivy Room and that had a sitting room with couch! Fresh clean towels, clean room and clean sheets! You can choose breakfast or not and there’s a Keurig to use in the dining room. I love staying here! Looking forward to returning for the fall foliage!!
Nice place. Room was clean, roomy and cheerful. Great breakfast much larger than my husband could finish as he was running the Berwick Run for the Daimonds that morning Thanksgiving Day. Very friendly folks and had a wonderful time.
We just finished staying five nights in the Ivy Room at the White Birch Inn while visiting family in Berwick. Our room was clean and comfortable. Kristy made delicious breakfasts. We enjoyed taking walks along the boulevard and pretending like we lived in a different era. We enjoyed walking to Amici’s for dinner. We plan on returning.
This is our 3rd stay at the White Birch Inn B&B. Stay from Friday - Monday. Extremely convenient to the WWII Berwick weekend event as well as antiquing and hiking. The Inn is very clean, extremely comfortable bedroom, (we like the Hydrangea room). Enjoyed sitting on the little porch to watch the late evening rain. Delicious breakfast, very attentive staff. Haven’t stayed in the annex but the folks who did said they like it as well. We are already planning to be back for our 4th visit July 209. May also do a fall trip.
Very quaint bed and breakfast to stay when going on a fantastic hike at Rickett's Glenn State Park.The room was clean and welcoming. Maria the innkeeper was very sweet and made a delicious breakfast. Laura, the owner, was friendly and knowledgeable about Berwick and the surrounding amenities. Highly recommended.
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