4.2 on March 01, 2013
We drove up from Long Island, NY to meet friends from Me. and Boston, Ma. The main house was still under construction after getting flooded fron tropical storm Irene, so we had to stay in the newly renovated Carraige House. What a great suprise to see such beatiful rooms (we did peek in each room). Our stay was great as the service staff were outstanding. Everything was setup as old world so comphy and relaxing. There was no food as the main building is due to open in May. We all are looking forward to a return visit.
4.0 on September 26, 2012
I'm a solo traveler and I stayed here for one night at the beginning of my New England Road Trip in September. Since the main Inn was still being remodeled after extensive flood damage the year before, I booked a room in the Carriage House. Pros: I couldn't have been more pleased with my accommodations. The room was clean, spacious and because it was on the corner, I had a nice view of the grassy area and trees out back. The bed was SUPER comfortable - in fact, so comfortable that I opted to stay in and rest rather than go out in search of food. The breakfast basket that was delivered to my door in the morning was perfect and the huge cinnamon roll was still warm. I also was given a complementary ticket to Historic Deerfied, (which I highly recommend touring) which was nice. Cons: Since the attached tavern was also damaged in the flood and is currently closed, there is no food nearby after 5p. If you need a meal, the closest place is about 5 miles up the road.