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Laurel and Llewelyn do everything they can to make you feel welcome. The room was spacious, the bath superb and the bed super comfortable. The breakfast was beyond expectations. Conversation with them was invigorating throughout our stay. This morning we enjoyed the scones they sent home with ...
This is an older house kept in good condition by the wonderful owners, Casey and Cindy. Therefore, it had large rooms and high ceilings and plenty of books if you wanted to stay indoors. The bedroom was a bit on the small side, but the bed was comfortable. Nice having our own ensuite bathroom. Breakfast ...
We had a wonderful stay here! The staff was incredibly friendly and gave us recommendations on where to eat locally. There is not restaurant or bar in the hotel, but they did offer juice and coffee 24 hours and had a really lovely breakfast spread in the morning. The room was very clean and very ...
Upon arrival we discovered urine in our toilet and the bathroom floor was dirty and we immediately left the room. We were quickly provided another room and given a discount. Other than this small inconvenience the hotel was very clean and comfortable.
We were first given a ground floor room & looking out the sliding doors we looked directly into a tent canopy, housekeeping advised when you go thru a 3rd party for reservations you don't get the best of rooms. We went to the front desk & explained our displeasure & given a room on the 6th look looking ...
We had a comfortable bed for our one night stay in the area. The breakfast was great, especially the waffles. It is near to the Wildlife Refuge and the Sauders Country Store which has great jams and jellies.
The place is charming and convenient to many small towns in the Fingerlakes. The hosts were very accommodating. The breakfast was excellent.
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