Like every B&B at which we've stayed, when we were making our reservations everything seemed to indicate the rooms were almost sold out, while the actual occupancy rate was about 1/3 full when we spent the night. I would think that a free upgrade in cases like this might tempt people to return. The room was large enough, though some of the peripheral furniture was pretty shabby. There were no room darkening shades for privacy, and the windows in the room were screwed closed. I though that a bit weird as a safety issue. There was dust on the furniture. The appearance of some sort of commercial vehicle in the dark hours of early morning woke me with its back-up alarm. The shower was tiny, and the bathroom sink also miniscule. There was nowhere for my wife to place her 'kit'. The bed was comfortable. The restaurant offerings were overpriced.. My wife had the Lobster Risotto, which was also to have included some shrimp... barely any lobster or shrimp. By the way, the prices on lobster are very low right now and have ben for a while, so there's no excuse to not offer up a fair amount. I had the double lamb chops which were done to perfection.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surprising, Classic & Unique *Renovated in 2015* Chef owned full-service Inn and modern B&B in a beautifully refreshed 1857 National Historic Register Mansion overlooking the Ottauquechee River. Next to Simon Peace Glassblowing. 2 Minutes to the Quechee Gorge. 15 Min to Lebanon and Hanover NH to 5 min to Woodstock, VT Nestled intimately within the Upper Valley blends New England's traditional charm with contemporary touches and deluxe accommodation Pub, full bar and award winning dining. Savor each morning with a cooked to order full country breakfast included in nightly rate. Wi-Fi and full Quechee Lakes Country Club Access for guests. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Parker House Inn And Restaurant Hotel Quechee