I'll start by saying our stay here was too short lived. We drove up from Boston for one night this past week (November 2nd). We had such a nice stay and found ourselves wishing we had reserved more time (next time!!!). From the moment you enter the Inn you feel the warmth of it's New England charm. The common areas are abundant. The architecture and decor of this of this Inn is one that you will admire. Yoshio greeted us upon arrival and gave us a tour of the facilites and overview of the amenities. These innkeepers have thought of all the little touches (snacks in dining area, early morning coffee, easily accessible mini frig with bottle waters and ice, local menus, and charm of active fireplaces). The patio and porch seemed so inviting....we didn't get to take advantage of them, but the view is spectacular and I can only imagine how wonderful it is in the spring and fall during foliage season!
We stayed in the Anna Eliza room. Again, here the same charm followed thru. The bed was so comfortable....room was nicely decorated. There's a two sided fireplace which is a nice touch. they offer some of the luxuries that I tend to think of a hotel......toiletries, robes. Nice touches were the candle by the jacuzzi and a 'stash' in the top drawer of things you may find yourself having forgetten or needing (needle and thread, toothpaste, shaving cream...etc).
Breakfast did not disappoint. I'm not a gourmet, but I felt that I was been treated to luxurious spread. Again, here, the dining room was so warm and welcoming in the morning. It has vast windows that overlook the mountains. The room was beaming with morning sunshine. I'm not going to do justice in describing the meal, but we had a nice fruit bowl, freshly baked japanese milk bread with a homemade maple butter (yum!), a goat cheese stratta drizzed with a raspberry sauce accompanied by homemade japanese sausage. Everything was delightful!!! Diane made a point to greet everyone at breakfast which I thought was a very nice touch :)
I don't think anyone could be disappointed staying here.........thank you to Diane and Yoshio for the experience. We'll be back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If our lavish rooms and full, energizing breakfasts aren't enough to take your breath away, our spectacular mountains views will. Recipients of the AAA Four Diamond Award for the past fourteen years and a Select Registry property - a Manchester inn exclusive. One enchanting evening with us and you'll understand why. ... more less
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