This is a fun and somewhat quirky place to stay. Not too many hotels have no TV (I could care less) but do have reliable wifi and a place for me to plug in my electric vehicle. Tastefully done and super nice people!
My wife and I were there for a family funeral, and weren't sure when we'd get to check in. I didn't know what to expect, except that the hotel was old and had been and was being renovated. I was surprised to see and elevator! That isn't something I expected. The room was very comfortable and super clean. We both got a good night sleep. There was no television, but there was wifi, so that was no problem. It looks like they will have a restaurant opening up there any day now as well, and that will add to the convenience.
Loved the hotel from its unique nooks and grannies to the amazing art, historic posters from the area, great books and a beautifully furnished miniture house in the parlor. A Magical place! Across the street is the Missisquoi Valley Rail-Trail to catch a bicke ride or an easy flat run. Each room is uniquely deocrated to fit the historic house. The area is breathtaking and just miles from the Canadian border.
This old hotel has been lovingly restored and makes a nice change from the generic hotels in which one often stays. Our room was on the second floor adjacent to an adorable covered porch which we had all to ourselves that day. It was delightful to sit there with drinks and relax from our long drive. There were also some light refreshments laid out by the porch - available for all guests. We were not very familiar with the area, but the hotel is within walking distance of the falls and also a little mini mall with a bagel shop (excellent) and a Chinese take-out (very good). I guess there are other restaurants on offer, but we made do with what we saw close by. The hotel does not have TVs, but there are books and games available in the lounge area on the ground floor. This hotel is a completely no-touch, no-interaction hotel. We never saw a soul during our stay. We were given the code from the front door and our key was in an envelope in the entry. I hope that this is just for Covid as it would be nice to have a bit of a welcome and someone to address any questions we might have. Other suggestions are: since there is no TV, and reading chairs are provided in the rooms, the hotel should provide reading lamps by the chairs. And if there is a double or queen bed, there should be a bedside table and reading lamp on both sides of the bed. And if you are providing coffee in the refreshment area, some “mini-moos” would be appreciated in addition to the creamer. And, finally, a word of warning. If you have a room on the second floor, there are rooms above you. And there is no soundproofing. The people in the room above us came in at 1am and clomped around for at least a half an hour. Leaving us WIDE AWAKE!…
The purpose of my visit was to ride my bike on the MVRT two days in a row. Quincy Hotel could not have been more convenient — literally right across the street from the trail. While other reviewers complained about lack of AC, and gap at bottom of the door, well, nowhere in the hotel website is AC mentioned and since the floors are not perfectly level in this restored railroad hotel, the gap just allows the door to open fully! Simple as that. The manager was responsive and accommodating, check-in was flawless, bed was comfortable, bathroom spacious and modern…my needs were met. I had a quiet ceiling fan, window fan available, and was perfectly comfortable in late June. If you require some of the amenities of a chain motel, like USB ready clock, desk, fridge…this is not your best bet, but if you value and treasure unique, comfortably and tastefully restored history, Quincy succeeds. Oh, and there is a sprinkler system, and modern fire alarm system, and good Wi-Fi.…
My daughter and I were blown away as to how cool this place was. Everything in this old(er) building had recently been updated with no expense spared. A perfect place for skiers who just need to get some rest after a fun day on the slopes.
We stayed at the Quincy Hotel in Enosburg Falls for two nights after Christmas. This hotel has been renovated and the rooms are spacious, clean and affordable. The manager, Sandy is very personable and very helpful! We look forward to our next visit there.
Beautifully restored historic hotel, very clean and comfortable, with the charm of an old property. Amazing art, comfortably and beautifully decorated with inviting porches to enjoy coffee and wine. Wonderful owners and manager, super attentive. Next to the Missisquoi River where you can canoe and the rail trail to walk/bike for miles and miles! Had the best mexican food at Bernie's in nearby Montgomery Center, went back for the best reuben -- everyone LOVED what they chose. An experience not just a stay! We will be back!
Lovely historic, privately owned & operated historic hotel in a pristine setting. The hotel is three levels with vintage furnishings & fine art on display. The property is charming and the location is stellar. Adjacent to the VT Rails to Trails (184 miles) and the Missisquoi River for canoeing + abundant vista hikes & Lake Champlain not far drive. Opportunity for event space. Artist at work in situ was nice touch. My party of 6 enjoyed all of the above. Hosts are exceedingly kind & generous.
The Quincy Hotel was perfect for our "getaway" weekend and my wife's birthday celebration. The historic hotel was super clean, quiet, and appointed with antique furnishings as well as a growing collection of original artwork. The place is dog-friendly, has wi-fi, board games and books available, morning coffee, and (delightful for us) no TVs. There is plenty of parking, and the hotel is very walkable to local stores, coffee shop, etc. in the small town of Enosburg Falls. It's in a beautiful part of the state, with rolling hilly scenery and reasonable drives to several good dining options as well as outdoor recreation (trails, streams, parks). We were there during one of the hottest times of the year, and though there is no air conditioning in the building, the first floor rooms and areas (including the drawing room and the future dining area) remained much cooler than outdoors, and the fans in our room were much appreciated. We look forward to coming back to see Vermont in a cooler season as well!…