4.8 on November 19, 2011
There is no way to understand how unique this B&B is until you physically interact with the space, until you explore the meandering staircases and discover hidden artistry on an unassuming door frame. On our last day, the owner/architect gave us a two hour tour of the grounds and the soon to open Long House. My husband likened the Corner House (where we stayed) to a sort of adult tree house. We found ourselves abandoning a day trip to Manchester (30 minutes drive) to return and relax by the woodstove in the cozy lounge of the Corner House, snacking on homemade carrot cake prepared by the Inn's manager, Sean. He really went out of his way, accommodating food allergies and suggesting stellar area restaurants. At the moment we are in the process of planning a return visit - a ski weekend with friends. If you are an artist, art lover, weary traveler, couple planning a getaway, you are not likely to find another B&B quite like A Stone Wall Inn.