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All reviewsrock gardenmain streetfront porchfabulous locationfresh baked chocolate chip cookiesnot hesitate to stay here againthree nightsfurnished with antiquesin townwithin walking distanceshops and restaurantsrocking chairsprivate deckeach eveningcan't wait to go backsabrinamajors
We're celebrating 50 years of happy marriage. We have really enjoyed the
quietness and quaintness at the Inn. We love the coolest and lack of humidity.
Have enjoyed the hospitality at the Inn and browsing through the shops. Our
first time to stay here and...More
We booked this hotel online expecting a top notch hotel for the 200.00/night rate. The location was excellent but the hotel room and conditions were what I would expect for 1/2 that price.
The door lock was a press and twist handle like on an...More
Just checked out. All 4 lamps were falling apart and .had lowest watt bulbs, no soap,shampoo,or conditioner in the bath. But, the most horrible thing is that the air conditioner came on and off blowing mold, and sounding like a freight train, so you couldn't...More
I recently stayed at the Inn for 3 days to attend a wedding. The shower had cold water and the TV did not work. When this was reported, the manager responded "well, we have 3 weddings" so there is not enough hot water.
We were in the Highlands for a wedding at a church on Main St. We chose the Highlands Inn because of its central location in this charming 4 block Main St area. As previous reviews said, this Inn is "old" , yes, it was built...More