My husband and I stayed here last year I don't think I would recommend it to anyone. First of all it wasn't up to my cleanliness standards. There were bugs everywhere and it just seemed weathered and poorly taken care of. However I would have overlooked all of this but the part of staying here that left the worst taste in my mouth was the owner. The first night she was tremendously talkative and kind, but the next morning and for the rest of our trip she was odd and almost rude. She wasn't very talkative and gave really short answers when we asked questions. It was almost as if she was an entirely different person... like she was MAD at us for some reason. Even my husband, who normally doesn't notice these things, commented on how odd it was. I guess I just feel that when you are an owner of a B&B, hospitality is the first and most important aspect of your business, otherwise people would just choose a hotel.
However one of the benefits of staying here is the nighttime - due to being out in the middle of nowhere it really is the best star-gazing we have ever experienced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Silver Star B&B Inn can be described as elegant but casual and is without a doubt interesting and out of the ordinary. Located on a private 20 acre estate, it is perfect for a quiet getaway, intimate wedding, reunions, retreats, or to simply connect with nature. The inn is located only a few minutes from major area attractions such as Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin, American Players Theatre, House on the Rock, Governor Dodge State Park, and river canoeing. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Country Inn Spring Green
- Spring Green Country Inn