My husband and I spent the night at this Inn on June 28, 2016. We had a reservation and spoke with Denise, the owner, who is a very pleasant person and quite knowledgeable about Chesaning. We stayed in the Jonah Michael Room which has its own bathroom and a hot tub in the bay window area overlooking the Broad St (which is the main street) through downtown Chesaning. No worries, there are shades to pull down while using the hot tub. We had a reservation and arrived about 3pm. The refrigerator had water and pop. Near our second floor room was a basket full of snacks. The water and bag of chips was perfect for an appetizer before dinner. Our room had a queen size bed and a large television. The room was very nicely decorated and the bath towels were so soft. The bed was comfortable. For breakfast, there were frozen breakfast sandwiches, yogurt, oatmeal, frozen waffles, coffee and a choice of juices. You prepared your own breakfast in the kitchen on the first floor. On the second floor directly outside our room was a Keurig coffee maker with a choice of coffees - great for me as I am a coffee addict. The Stone House was clean and comfortable and the owner, Denise, is very hospitable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Stone House was built in 1909 as a private residence for the Louis Perrot family and still features many of the original leaded glass windows, hardwood floors, and magnificently maintained woodwork. Visitors may spend a relaxing, restful night in any one of the six beautifully decorated bedrooms, and help themselves to a continental style breakfast. Room rates begin at $99, call for reservations. ... more less