This was our second stay at the Mimslyn Inn, which was just as pleasant as the first. We notified the hotel we would be arriving late and they ensured staff was available to check us in. The facilities are very well preserved & maintained.
My only negative comment is that the interface with Expedia needs to be improved since both times we stayed the staff requested payment even though my reservation was pre-paid through Expedia. Once I advised that I did indeed pre-pay through Expedia, the only issue is that they still place an authorization on my card that takes several days to fall off.
It was a long day of traveling and we were grateful for a place to lay our heads. The hotel receptionist was curt, but did give us the info we needed to find a local restaurant. The room was presentable, but not the cleanest and although we did get a night's sleep, I have to suggest that who ever does the laundry use some bleach when they wash the towels. They were grey instead of white which leads one to think the rest of the place was not clean either.
Traveller from VA
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