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Reviewed September 13, 2005

My husband and I have stayed in quite a few lovely inns and while the Inn on the Twenty is pleasant, we did feel that the price tag is about $100/night too high in comparison to other inns.
The inn staff are gratious, and the room itself is nice. However, it is over priced for the amenities it provides. Because it is located in Jordan, a lovely village, it is very secluded and the village itself closes down by 6 pm on weeknights and the Inn itself does not provide any alternative activities. There is no games room, libraries, etc as there are in other Inns. The room is nice but not overly lush and luxurious. The toiletries are okay, but could have been nicer (Aveda etc would have been a nice treat) (they charge you for bath salts to use in the whirlpool!) Again, something one would expect for the price.
The restaurant is outstanding. But, after enjoying the three course meal, one really needs to have some sort of entertainment / something to do, because one is too full to head right to bed!

  • Stayed: September 2005
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7  Thank canalgirl
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Reviewed July 21, 2004

We stayed at Inn on the Twenty for 2 nights last week. We had the Ferrel Suite. It was wonderful! It was decorated beautifully with pinks and greens and floral prints and had a fireplace in the corner of the living room. The bed was a huge comfortable king sized bed. Every evening they turned down the bed and left a box of chocolates on the pillow. The bathroom was big and had a corner jacuzzi tub which was fantastic after a day of sight-seeing. Our room was a first floor room looking out on a private patio. The breakfast was served across the street at their restaurant. The view of the valley from the restaurant was awesome. The food was a work of art on the plate and tasted pretty good but not really our style.

We loved the Inn and would definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: July 2004
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6  Thank TexanOnVacation
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Reviewed February 26, 2004

Feb 8-10, 2003 I stayed at Inn on the Twenty with a friend. We have both stayed at many inns and were delighted with this particular one.
The Inn is set on an historic main street in the Niagara Region. The rooms and the guest lounges were thoughtfully decorated with elegant touches. The room had two very comfortable beds, a lounging area and a fireplace. The bathroom was very large with an oversized jet tub and separate shower. My friend is 8 months pregnant and had the best sleep that she has had in months. Our dinner was divine and our table overlooked the picturesque Twenty Valley. The service during our stay was attentive yet professional. And to top it off, we were able to indulge in spa treatments in their new spa. I highly recommend Inn on the Twenty

3  Thank KathyN2
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Reviewed November 17, 2003

September 18th 03
I have just returned from a one night stay at the Inn on the Twenty and didn't have a good experience. I saw this property listed in Ontario's Finest Inns guide and on the Inns own website and it is very misleading. The Inn is actually on old breeze block warehouse painted cream, very unattractive. There are no facilities to sit and have a drink at the Inn. it should be listed as a B&B. (there is a lounge of sorts upstairs but it is at the top of the warehouse and is just a small room lit with a bright ceiling bulb, a couple of old sofas and a pile of old board games. Hmm)
The restaurant across the main road is where you have breakfast when
staying here. The room was ok but the bedding was awful. Paying this
price $189 per night I expect high quality bedding. The pillows were
horrible cheap things, like sleeping on a cotton wool ball! the
bedcovers were a sheet and one big old heavy blanket. The Restaurant
across the street is the only place to eat (also owned by the Inn)
Although the food was good it would also be expected at for $200 for
two. This overnight stay ended up being an overpriced boring
disappointment.

  • Stayed: September 2003
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23  Thank Navigator35195
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Reviewed October 28, 2016
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Room Tip: chambre élégante, calme et douillette
  • Stayed: October 2016, traveled with family
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