3.4 on December 17, 2013
My wife and I stayed here for two nights to celebrate our anniversary. Overall it was a good experience. The room was clean and nice. We enjoyed the jacuzzi tub out on the deck. The bed was comfortable. The breakfast was very good with fresh fruit, juice, eggs cooked to order and many other items. The location is very convient to the shuttle and all of the downtown attractions. That was the good, now onto the kind of odd that makes me question whether I would want to stay there again. On the website it mentions that guests have access to the local YMCA to use gym facilites. When I asked about this I was eventually told that service had not been available for over a year. Later that day I asked about the location of the billiard room that again was mentioned on the website as an attraction at the hotel. Sadly again I was told that they did not have a billiard room and that it had been gone for over a year since they opened the restaurant. The next morning at breakfast I ask the chef if he has any cheese to go on my eggs to which he replied that the only cheese he had was aged and that I would not like it. Also the gas fireplace in our room did not work well and was in need of repair, which is too bad because it would have added to the room as it was cold while we were there.
4.4 on July 31, 2013
My husband and I decided to get out of town for a long weekend. We NEVER stay at a Corporate Hotel instead opting to stay at quaint Inns with character and charm. We had never been to StoneFort Inn - so we really did not know what to expect. The check in clerk was friendly and inviting - we were presented with an envelope personally addressed to us - inside was information about the Hotel and the local downtown flare. They really went out of their way to make us feel welcomed. Every morning started off with the complimentary breakfast buffet which was outstanding. The Chef tailor makes your eggs to order - the remainder of the buffet is loaded with just about everything you can think of. We had a great time and will certainly be back !
5 on July 01, 2013
We sincerely enjoyed finding this little gem. It's more of a boutique Inn although it can be classified as a B and B. What makes it different is that it's a 3 story building with an elevator I might add--right downtown. The room was spacious as was the bathroom, and the amenities were great. There is a great restaurant and bar on the first floor, it's called TerraMae Appalachian Bistro. Very very good. We would return.
4.6 on November 02, 2012
Great place, real close to downtown, rental bike location right around corner. Lots of space, rooms and bathrooms were all very large. Loved the jacuzzi on the patio outside. The oversize king bed was very cosy. Breakfast was a basic offering of meat and eggs, bread items and fruit, but the chef offered to make me an omelette which was awesome. Only issue was the parking. Had to park on a meter until 5 when the parking area they have a pass for emptied out from daily office folks. Recommend the Sushi place right around the corner also, get a coupon from restaurant.com. Didn't feel like a privately run small B&B but definately was better and more personal than a hotel. Will go back again for sure
4.4 on January 07, 2012
We decided to stay here this time in Chattanooga because we thought it would be fun to walk around downtown and to all the eating/shopping establishments...would have, if it hadn't been REALLY cold. It is a very fun, old building and nice rooms/bathrooms. Really good cookies served in the afternoons too! :) We may try the 'staying downtown to walk around" thing again one day. Would recommend to any of my friends!!
4.0 on October 27, 2011
Traveling from Florida to Ohio my boyfriend surprised me for my birthday with a romantic stay at the inn and what a treat it was! The inn is beautifully decorated with a fabulous location and staffed with wonderful accommodating friendly people.....definitely will recommend to family and friends!
5 on December 19, 2010
We rant and rave to everyone -- it was only one night but it felt so comfy and personal, yet private. Great location, great food, wonderful staff, exceptional amenities!
4.6 on June 11, 2010
I booked a weekend when I moved my daughter in school at UT Chattanooga. The staff was excellent and very friendly, made you feel at home the moment you walk in. The antique furnishings were beautiful, the room was elegant yet cozy, home made cookies outside all hallways if you get a sweet tooth, and breakfast was fabulous. Walking distance to beautiful downtown and the university, all in all a wonderful weekend. Will stay there again!
4.6 on September 24, 2009
Tucked away on a side street in downtown Chattanooga, the Stone Fort Inn is one of those serendipities travelers cherish. From the time you walk in the front door, you feel at home and yet pampered beyond belief. Each room is decorated in beautiful antiques with a different theme, and each has a two-person jacuzzi, ooh-la-la! Breakfast is superb, thanks to Chef Brian. Don't miss the afternoon wine and cheese receptions on the weekend. Walking distance to the Electric Shuttle, Stone Fort is a great choice for single business travelers as well as lovers looking for a special escape. We hope to be back and recommend it highly.
4.4 on August 25, 2008
Stayed for my anniversary. The staff was very friendly, the room charming & the food was excellent.