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This hotel has throughly modern rooms in a building that dates from the 1800's. Very comfortable beds, lovely, large bathrooms, tasteful decor and impeccable service are the trademarks of this hotel. The garden in the back and the large front porch are wonderful summer venues.
We are repeat guests and when we want to get away this is one of our spots. Historic location wonderfully reconstructed. Charming in every way. Get a room up stairs. Quieter. Breakfast included and served on the porch is a great starting point for a...More
We stayed for 2 nights for vacation exploring the area. The building is very well kept - nice deck, restaurant, sitting area, and the guest room. We had a corner room on the top floor. Very tastefully decorated with a huge bathroom. The room however...More
Stayed here a few times over the last few years - really enjoyed it each time.
Its a small hotel that has a lot of charm and a boutique personal feel.
Rooms have very nice touches like claw foot baths and blue stone.
This was our 2nd stay at the Fauchere; we continued to be impressed by the staff's uber-customer focused friendliness, including a tour of the facilities and a welcome (back) letter. Food was plentiful and delicious, location charming albeit a bit loud eating outside due to...More
The Hotel Fauchere houses 16 luxury guest rooms, the Delmonico Room for traditional fine dining and the contemporary Bar Louis for cocktails and casual dining. Each guest room has a private marble and …Morebluestone bathroom with radiant floor heat, heated towel bars and skin and hair care amenities from Kiehl's. Bed and bath linens are by Frette. Guest rooms feature flat panel televisions with cable, i-Pod audio docking stations and both wireless and hard-wired high-speed internet. Less
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I actually don't know if the Hotel itself is open to the public for breakfast. A delicious breakfast was provided for us when we stayed there, but all the food came from next door, the Hotel Fauchere Bakery. The Bakery is... More
I actually don't know if the Hotel itself is open to the public for breakfast. A delicious breakfast was provided for us when we stayed there, but all the food came from next door, the Hotel Fauchere Bakery. The Bakery is open for breakfast and lunch, and has a nice dining room area. The food is marvelous.
The hotel doesn't serve lunch. They have an attached restaurant, Bar Louis. This is an upscale place with very good food. There is also a Delmonico Room restaurant in the Hotel, another quite upscale establishment, but this is only open on weekends.
Grey Towers - right in Milford - is pretty spectacular. A must visit/see. Peters Valley Craft Center is about 10 miles from Milford and that's wonderful. We have numerous waterfalls - some are truly deeply breathtaking. We... More
Grey Towers - right in Milford - is pretty spectacular. A must visit/see. Peters Valley Craft Center is about 10 miles from Milford and that's wonderful. We have numerous waterfalls - some are truly deeply breathtaking. We have a grand "main" street - BROAD STREET - with shops, and galleries and wonderful artists. The Hotel Fauchere is filled with beauty. Bar Louis is one of my personal favorites, and Bob, the bartender, is a treat and a joy. Badea & Soul (right next to the hotel) offers fabulous massages and facials if you're into that kid of pampering. A wonderful restaurant, THE FORK, is in Shohola, which is about 10/15 minutes outside of milford. We also have The Waterwheel restaurant & bar which has great music on thursday nights. The Columns is our historical museum, and that's right across from the Hotel. If you're looking for a bit of a drive - maybe a half hour or so - visit Hawley, and go to the Silk mill, which is now converted into a cool hotel - Ledges - and great shops. Whew, hope this gives you a good idea. Milford is fabulous.