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All reviewspopovershistoric hotelcontinental breakfast issunday brunchwafflesfriendly attentive staffwedding receptiondining roombridal showermain streetshort walk to the lakelooked amazingtavern downstairsmini suitestreet noiseup stairslike stepping back in time
The 3rd floor "junior suite" room was quite large and quiet, except for some early morning route 20 road noise. It is an old, historic hotel and your "experience" will depend on weather you can allow some leeway for the age of the place. The...More
I stayed at the Lincklaen house recently as for a wedding. Not only was the hotel beautifully decorated, I had excellent service. The room I stayed had obviously been thoroughly cleaned the day I arrived and I received assistance carrying my bags up to the...More
I stayed there when my friend got married and it was awesome!! The room was comfortable, felt more like I was staying with a friend/relative than at a hotel. The bar down stairs makes you feel like a local as soon as you walk in,...More
We stayed at the Lincklean House this past weekend and were extremely disappointed. First off, we are in our seventies and there is no elevator, they put us on the 3rd floor (ugh), it was shabby, low on towels, one tiny bar of soap in...More
This is the 3rd time in less than 1 year that I have stayed in the hotel AND had a special event for family and friends. The luncheon for my Father's 90th birthday in the Stone's Throw was perfect...street access for those guest in wheel...More
Unfortunately, we do not have rooms with two queen beds, however we do have rooms that have two double beds in them. We also have rooms with single king and queen beds that we could put a cot into if need be.