Our stay at the Millstream was quite pleasant. We got married in Coudersport in September and we, along with at least 50 of our guests, stayed there for 2 nights. As far as I know, no one had any problems whatsoever and we were all accommodated very well. The continental breakfast looked pretty extensive, but I admit I did not sample it since I was about to get married and was a bit jittery. :) We stayed in a non-smoking suite with a jacuzzi tub, which I also did not get to try out but my husband said it was quite nice. The bathroom was new and clean, and the king bed was SUPER comfortable. I made a joke about the 80's floral bedspread but then I laid down and retracted my negative comments!! Once all of our rooms were booked, the staff kept in contact with me very well and they were very pleasant to work with. We made up welcome bags for a few of our VIP guests and the staff was even nice enough to make sure they were in the guests' rooms for when they arrived.
As much as I hate to leave something negative, I must note this for anyone hoping to reserve a block of rooms at the hotel for an occasion like we did. We had quite a rough time initiating our reservation. Since this is a huge area for fracking, management gives gas companies first dibs. When I first called I was told that I could not reserve a block at all, even tho there were plenty of rooms at the time, because "they were not sure what the gas companies were planning for september." When I followed up a few months later I was allowed to reserve 10 rooms, although I could guarantee at least 20-25, but was still told that although they still had plenty of open rooms at the time, they "were not guaranteed if gas workers decided they weren't ready to leave the rooms should they be occupying them before our stay." Needless to say they put us in a position to take a huge gamble seeing as we had guests coming from all over for a wedding that was already booked and there are only 2 hotels in town. We lucked out since the gas influx was still slowed at the time of our stay, but it's definitely something to consider if you're in a position where you need to block off rooms in advance.