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I found my stay at the St. Charles Guest House to be quite enjoyable.
This b&b is family owned, and you can tell they all make an effort to try and meet the needs of the guests that stay there. Having said that, you do...More
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Response from dhilton1, Owner at St. Charles Guest HouseResponded February 21, 2013
The business of hospitality has enormous challenges. We welcome people from all over the world and from all walks of life. In the Guest House business we have people who stay
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We did not have the bed & breakfast experience we expected at the St.
Charles Guesthouse. The quaint, elegant, rich, superb experience advertised on the Guesthouse web site was not to be found. Rather, it was dirty, mildewed, and falling apart. Plaster was falling out...More
The room smelled. The bed moved a lot. The bathroom did not have a door. The floor creaked. The room was sooo old, it looked dirty (although it wasn't dirty). BUT the people who worked there were very nice. My friend fractured her foot while...More
I stayed here in Sept, 2003. My friend and I got a two bedroom suite for about $75 a night. The rm smelled smoky upon arrival, but the air conditioner clears the smell away. Other than that, the rm was reasonably clean, decorated nicely, comfortable,...More
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