Bruce House Inn is a wonderful blend of Old World elegance and modern convenience. We have been there several times as a family (2 parents, 2 grandparents and two pre-teen girls) and every year we look forward to returning. It's truly elegant but also peaceful and homey at the same time. Pam, the innkeeper is an outstanding chef and provides a wonderful homemade breakfast. She is a wealth of information if asked, but does not intrude. We have stayed in all the rooms and like all of them. The Crow's Nest on the 3rd floor works well for older children and the bedroom next to it, (The Monk's Room) is great for parents who want to be on the same floor with their children. The Washington Room on the 2nd floor is arguably the nicest room in the house. ps If you need to have wide-screen TV's and Wii's, Xbox-360's, etc in order to have fun, then Bruce House Inn would not be a wise choice for you. There is Wifi however.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoy the romance of the past, with the conveniences of the present. The Bruce House is an 1840 Federal home located in the beautiful historic district. Beautifully furnished rooms all have private baths. Enjoy our famous gourmet breakfast, or savor a glass of wine by the fireplace. Free wi-fi, secure bike parking, walking distance to all major attractions. Find out why the New York Post called us 'a chic B&B that is a find!' ... more less