My husband and I stayed at the Centennial House Bed and Breakfast from January 24-26, 2014. We stayed in the Deerfield Suite. This room has its own private bath with a jacuzzi tub plus a separate room with two twin beds. The main room has one of the most comfortable beds we had slept in. We had a hard time leaving the bed it was that comfortable to us. The inn itself is the epitome of what I feel a country inn should look like. The rooms were all very nice as we peeked in each of the rooms as we walked by on the way to our room. When we first arrived we were grreted by Steve. He gave us a quick tour of the inn and showed us to our room. We met his wife Joan later that evening when we were heading out. Both Joan and Steve were very nice. My husband and I had a great talk with Joan before we headed out to dinner that night.
The next morning we had breakfast in the dining area that is decorated beautifully. There are wood beams on the ceiling, a cozy wood stove, music was playing and overall it was just very relaxing. We were served a nice plate of fruit, then a baked apple with granola and cranberries (I believe it was granola), it was delicious. Then we were served an omelet with bacon. Bread was available to toast if you liked. There was coffee and a choice of juice if you liked. Needless to say in my opinion it was PLENTY of food. I read a few of the negative reviews that complained about the food and personally I don't see what they were speaking of. I find it hard to believe that on any given day these wonderful people would ever serve meager portions or unripened fruit. The next day we were served another lovely breakfast that we were NOT able to finish. This time it was a plate of fresh fruit, juice, coffee, a homemade fruit tart, blueberry pancakes and bacon. All of it was wonderful. Both days my hubby and I were satisfied until 4pm. Andf let me tell you both of us can eat! We had breakfast both days at roughly 8:45am .
Anytime we ran into Joan she stuck around and chatted with us. We felt very welcomed in their beautiful Home. Everyone was great at this Inn. Katie cooked for us on Saturday and was very sweet, Barb cleaned our room up for us and we met their adorable dogs. I have a hard time believing the negative reviews.
Would we come back here; YES in a hearbeat. We love staying at B&B's and love to try new ones but we would definitely like to come back up to Centennial House during the warmer weather.
Thanks to everyone at the Inn for making our weekend so wonderful. We appreciated everything you did for us.
Sabrina & Mike Regan :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Boutique B&B with spacious guest rooms and suites minutes Greenfield and Deerfield, colleges and Pioneer Valley attractions to the south, and north to Brattleboro or Keene. Pillow top beds, cable TV, WiFi and ample country breakfasts in an historic New England village. Enjoy hearth side breakfast in winter, or spectacular views in the Sun Room in warmer weather. Relax in a gazebo overlooking distant hills; there's electricity and WiFi out there too so you can use your laptop. Weddings, meetings and other events. Off I-91 and Mohawk Trail, near attractions, hiking the New England Trail, x-c skiing, shopping and fine dining. Open all year. Romantic and family-friendly suites. ... more less
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