My wife and I found this B&B through a 2000 publication titled 'Bed, Breakfast &Bike Midwest'. We arrived early, and parked at the Inn, while we went on our 35 mile bike ride around the area.
Once we returned to the inn, we checked in with Ron and Kathy. They were both very hospitable, and gave us a brief tour of the B&B including our room. After moving our bikes ounder the deck and putting our bags in the room, we sat outside and enjoed the patio and scenic view of the river.
The Munk's provided us with snacks, water and pop for the afternoon. They also had menu's from local restaurants so we could view what as available for dinner.
After dinner we returned to the inn, and found home made scones for dessert ... a very nice surprise and quite delicious. There were movies/DVD's available for watching in our room.
We stayed in the 'Ruth Thomas Room'. This room had a queen sized bed with a twin bed and a private bath. The room was fairly spacious, very clean and comfortable.
I rated the room a 'met my expectations', as I would have preferred a couple of chairs in the room for reading. The common area of the house is very small, and can only accomodate a few guests at a time. On a cloudy/rainy day, the house becomes somewhat 'small'.
The dining just missed an 'outstanding' rating due to the breakfast. While the breakfast scones were very good, available (choices and quantity) was very limited. Part of this may have been due to Kathy having to leave early in the morning. But overall, still a good meal.
I would recommend this B&B to others.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Mill House, in a converted steam powered flour mill built in 1898, is located on the Miami and Erie Canal overlooking the Maumee, one of Ohio's scenic rivers. We offer time honored hospitality, a welcome change from the rest of our fast paced world. ... more less