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May 29 - May 30
Beautiful historic building! Although the spa/restaurant/golf course were all closed due to Covid19 The experience was still excellent. The room was very clean and comfortable, the grounds were well kept and made for a great place to walk and go for runs.
May 29 - May 30
There isn't much to complain about. Rooms were clean. Although when asking for an extra blanket we were given a rough thin rag that I wouldn't even give my dog to lay on.
May 30 - May 31
Great room, great location, comfy bed, nice bathroom. Great staff, especially Deborah who was working room service the night we were there and at breakfast the next morning! Downsides were that the phone didn't work properly, and one weird thing is their towel policy. So they have towels by the pool ...
Jun. 4 - Jun. 5
The only thing that I didn’t like was that the mattress on the bed was too soft. I have a bad back, and I need a firmer mattress than the one we had. I don’t know if you have other options, but that would be something that I would have to check out, before I stayed there again.
May 29 - May 30
King size bed & pillows was very comfy. I was disappointed that the swimming pool was closed. There was no one at check in desk & no bell to ring to let him know I was there so there was a long wait til some one come to check me in. Overall good experience. I would book again.
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