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Wonderful Old Farm House
Avaliou em 27 de Outubro de 2018
We very much enjoyed our stay at this wonderful old farmhouse. My husband was not feeling well and our very sweet host, Gail, allowed us to check in early and did everything possible to see that he was comfortable. The following morning, we had a delicious pancake breakfast and also homemade blueberry muffins. Gail went to the trouble of fixing a totally different breakfast of eggs and toast for my husband, who still wasn't feeling well. The yard is beautiful, flowers blooming everywhere and whimsical touches throughout. We would definitely recommend staying here.
Good, bad and very bad
Avaliou em 30 de Setembro de 2018
GOOD. Owner is helpful and very pleasant. Country breakfasts were wonderful. Based on the other two couples who were staying at the same time, it attracts a very nice clientele. Guest book indicates most guests like place.
BAD. We arrived Friday afternoon and room was ready. Left for most of day on Saturday. Room not serviced and bedc
bed not made on Saturday. Two cats have the run of the place and,if you are allergic,too bad. Owner says cats mentioned on website.I reserved through Expedia and did not pick up about cats.
VERY BAD. I think the local code official and fire Marshall should close the place until accessibility is up to snuff. Two ways in. One through lovely garden with stone walks which are hazardous. Other from rear with more stone walks until with get to back door with two dangerous stone steps.
We stayed in a room located up steps which were steep.At bottom was door kept closed to these steps.
Door to our room was stuck shut because of humidity. Was operated with old fashioned latch. Very historic but not functional. Did not latch door after arriving because of difficulty opening. Door at bottom of stairs closed and stuck shut. Wife had to literally body slam it to get it open when we went down to breakfast first morning.
I have been involved in life safety for over fifty years and this place is a life safety hazard because owner thinks it is charming and it is until someone badly hurts themself in a fall or a fire.
Gardens and Goodies
Avaliou em 30 de Agosto de 2018
My husband and I just returned from a lovely overnight at the Roseledge Country Inn. We prefer B&Bs that are likely to have charm, quirks, hospitality, and yummy food. With antiques inside and out, steep narrow stairs, wide wood floors, roosters & hens wandering amongst the extensive gardens, a cat, cookies and coffee, friendly and down-to-earth host Gail, and a delicious breakfast, the Roseledge Inn was all the things we look for in a B&B. We had the room closest to the street (Route 164) but still managed to have a good night’s sleep (the A/C in the window may have helped) in the big four poster bed. Rock path and stairs to the Inn from the parking area are uneven and might be a challenge for those with mobility issues.
Wonderful hidden gem
Avaliou em 26 de Agosto de 2018
This place is wonderful. The owners Gail and Ray are extremely nice. It was our first time at. B and B and it was more than we expected. The attention to detail was above and beyond. It was amazing how Gail put it all together. The bed was comfortable and the room was more spacious than it looked on line. The breakfast was great.Gail couldn’t do more for us if she tried. Last minute reservation and we were taken care of like king and queen. We hope to go back and spend more time in the beautiful gardens and play with the 2 adorable cats. We were extremely satisfied.
Great Place for R & R and the Best Breakfast!!!
Avaliou em 1 de Agosto de 2018
Great place to stay for some rest and relaxation. Grounds are very pretty with lots of tables to sit at outside if you like. We enjoyed sitting on the porch looking out over the gardens. The Inn is very old and quaint with some great antiques. Of course you have to like that style, which we did. The Inn is very very clean. Rooms are on the second floor. There is no TV in the room but there is a den on the first floor with a TV. We had breakfast both mornings and it was absolutely delicious. Muffins, eggs, bacon some delicious fresh fruit and some blueberry tart she made was to die for. Great cook.. The only downside is if you have a walking problem. The rock steps to the house are quiet high and some uneven walkways on the grounds. Just be careful walking. Other than that the Inn is awesome.
Thank you Gail.