5 on October 09, 2009
We found this Inn quite by accident and are SO glad that we did. No sooner does one walk in, that you know you are in a "grand" mansion - it has so much history and beauty all around and the rooms are magnificent - all individually appointed with lovely views. Breakfast was delightful as well as the Inn keeper who marvelled us even more with the history of the Inn. We loved our stay and will definitely return.
4.8 on September 01, 2009
A very cordial staff in a very homelike (for such a large mansion) setting. Very close (walkable) to all Saratoga attractions, including the race track. The history of the mansion is worth a stay in itself.
5 on August 05, 2009
The Batcheller Mansion was a "shot in the dark" -- bull's eye. We usually prefer our B&Bs to be recommendations, but we took a look on the web and were amazed at the magnificence.
4.6 on May 31, 2009
We both grew up in Saratoga and left in the 1970's when the Batcheller Mansion was facing the wrecking ball. The restoration and Victorian atmosphere with all the period furnishings was fantastic. The room was amazingly comfortable, extremely clean, dead quite, had all the modern amenities and a QUIET A/C unit. Dan was a graciuos host and docent and Kristin prepared a sumptious breakfast. For a taste or true Victorian elegance, do not miss this one! The second floor rooms (Mr. and Mrs. Batcheller's) are way over the top and the guest rooms on the third floor are still fit for royalty - who occasionaly stayed at the mansion along with Presidents.
4.8 on May 28, 2008
Beautiful, luxurious, attention to detail, excellent service! Dan & staff are the best and we will return again and again. The choc chip cookies are a must!!!
4.6 on October 25, 2007
You won't believe this place. It is BEAUTIFUL. Easy walk to downtown. Michael Taylor the innkeeper loves his job and it shows. The rooms are spacious and inviting. Try to make time for a mineral bath in Saratoga Park.