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Brick Hotel On The Circle
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Reviewed July 5, 2010

This is a great hotel and restaurant. The accomodations are luxurious and reasonably priced. We sampled wine and an hors d'oevres in the lobby that conviced us to stay for dinner at the inn's restaurant. Very well-prepared meal with French influence. It is a 30 minute drive to Rehobeth...very do-able.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank ptrubin
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Reviewed June 24, 2010

We saw several rooms in The Brick Hotel because they were shown to us by friends staying there at the same time. Their decoration justifies the rooms' names, but some are quite bizarre - especially the Parrot Room, in which one has to duck under a huge papier-mache bird to get into the bathroom. Our room, "The Vines," was much more ordinary but very nice - antique furniture, a huge bed and typical for B&Bs, pillows of any possible shape and size lined up almost half the length of the bed.

Sleep would have been enjoyable had it not been so hot outside in June. To counteract the heat we turned on the AC. The way the AC vents are installed meant cold drafts blew frigid air over our bodies to the point we couldn't sleep. When we tried to close down the vents the whistling noise became almost as loud as an aircraft taking off! So we tried to turn off the AC and sleep with the balcony door open. That didn't work because the noise of the AC machinery outside was overwhelming. Earplugs and duct tape over the vents might have been the solution!

A nice balcony off the rooms in the back wing overlooked a small lawn and garden. At the front of the hotel a porch on the second floor with rocking chairs would have been a nice place to sit to read. A third large open space on the second floor decorated with umbrellas, tables and chairs was a great place for breakfast.

Breakfast, on the other hand, was miserable: some commercially packaged cinnamon rolls with enough BHTs to preserve a cow; a few containers of yoghurt (not enough for all of the guests); small cups of canned fruit; two choices for cold breakfast cereal, one of which ran out early, and packages of instant oatmeal; a Keurig cpffee machine for which only decaffeinated flavored coffees or green teas were available, and a fancy Cuisinart machine that no one could figure out how to operate without help didn't make for a happy breakfast time. When the staff helped to get the "regular" coffee machine to work we got enough coffee for about 10 cups and then couldn't figure out where the coffee grounds were stored or how to make the coffee ourselves. Not good for caffeine freaks! I've had far better breakfasts at run-of-the-mill chain motels. This is particularly disappointing for a hotel that purports to be a fine dining establishment.

We chose this hotel because we didn't want to drive the 15 miles between an alternative accommodation and our event after having had alcohol. There's only one other choice in town and that got a bad review on Trip Advisor. So... what is one left with? I'd recommend this hotel at any time when the temperature is not above 70 degrees and for people who don't want to bother with breakfast and need to stay in Georgetown. If we hadn't needed to be in Georgetown I'd have popped a few more dollars and stayed in a charming B&B in Lewes, DE instead.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 12, 2010

Beautiful hotel, redone in 2008, on a circle where all the courts are. This is really a professional hotel for the lawyers that come to interact with the courts. A stay of a few days is probably best, not for a one night sejourn on the way to somewhere else. The day we passed through there was no coffee in the morning and slim pickings for breakfast. The professional chains are better for travelers.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 8, 2010

My husband and I had a great time here. The owner, Lynn, was very welcoming and gave us a personal tour of the hotel and the accommodations. We were bummed that we missed the wine hour that takes place every evening at 6pm--they had given their staff the day off for Memorial Day. We took advantage of their porch and ate dinner alone with a view of the town circle. The surrounding town was pretty dead, but it was 20 minutes from the beach--just far enough not to be constantly "at the beach", but close enough to get there quickly the next day. We enjoyed our stay here more than we enjoyed the beach! It was definitely a "bed and breakfast" type experience rather than a typical hotel experience--cozy and welcoming.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 4, 2010

We dicided to get away for our anniversary. Our destination of choice was the Rehoboth Beach, DE area; however, most hotels were booked due to a Nascar event. Via internet, we found the Brick Hotel (Georgetown). It seemed off the beaten path and we didn't know what to expect. When we got there, we were pleasantly surprised. The rooms were immaculate, customer service was superb, location was great, and their restaurant served great meals! Room rates were very reasonable. We've spent more money at other brand name hotels and didn't get the kind of service that we received at the Brick Hotel. We look forward to visiting again!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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