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No doubt it’s cute in a 1950s, Beaver Cleaver sort of way. But let’s be real, this place needs gutted and, even then, is not for business travelers or those who might arrive without a car (e.g. Uber).
Let’s start with the basics: lug your...More
Loved this Inn. Friendly staff; historic architecture; clever art; wide variety of rooms; fireplaces; towel heaters; stocked mini-fridge (non-alcoholic beverages).
Wonderful food service at the Krazy Kat restaurant. Dinner and brunch (weekends). Good wine list. Imaginative chefs.
We have stayed at the Inn at Montchanin Village several times over the past few years and it is always a welcoming experience. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful. Our room was perfect with wonderful amenities. The location is excellant for visiting Longwood Gardens, Winterthur,...More
Its not your boutique hotel experience as this is a historic inn and a step back into time . . . so takes what comes with that statement. I am usually a fan of artsy boutique hotels, but could not resist the temptation to stay...More
My husband and I stayed during an anniversary getaway. Looked the historic and history to this place. It is beautiful and staff so friendly. We stayed in the Colonel, a deluxe King room. We looked the private little porch with 2 rockers and enjoyed part...More
Lobby has Keurig machine for coffee or hot chocolate along with biscottis I believe. They would like men to wear jackets for dinner as it is a very nice restaurant, but as with most of what is occurring regarding dining out... More
Lobby has Keurig machine for coffee or hot chocolate along with biscottis I believe. They would like men to wear jackets for dinner as it is a very nice restaurant, but as with most of what is occurring regarding dining out, I have seen men in jeans. Since this is a restaurant that attracts not just hotel guests, but is a "dining destination" and is considered upscale, strongly suggest sport coat, though tie is clearly not necessary.