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I stayed here a couple years ago and my room and the hallways of the Lodge were very mildew smelling. I stayed again recently and same issue. I stayed in room 204 this time around. Have to say, there is something off about the smell....More
We've stayed at the Inn 3 or 4 times now, as a couple and with kids, and we're always happy. We go to Tanglewood, which is right across the street, so we don't have to wait an hour to leave the parking lot - just...More
The first room they assigned us to was on the first floor of the Lodge. As soon as we walked into the Lodge, we noticed the mildew/mold smell. When we went into our room on the first floor of the Lodge, the mildew smell was...More
We had an incredible weekend at the Apple Tree Inn. It started by being greeted by very warm and hospitable staff who provided an overview of the Inn and offered us refreshments after a long drive. We quickly got settled in our lovely room and...More
This inn has a most gorgeous setting, high on a hill, away from it all, yet so close to
everything. We stayed in the annex, which is very convenient to the pool. The staff was
most helpful and went out of their way to be...More
Response from Sharon W | Property representative |
Unfortunately, although we all animals, we don't accept them at the Inn because we are concerned that there might be disturbance to other guests, either from noise or potential allergies.
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"Forget the two 3rd floor attic rooms not a good choice even though cheaper."