Travelocity Verified Review
"The Pierpont Inn has a charming feel and it is in a great location. If you looking for frills, there is none. We stayed in the 1925 Rose Cottage which has the smell of an old cottage, not terrible but definitely noticeable. It was still charming and I loved being away from the rest of the hotel. My husband and I brought our bikes and we were able to keep them inside the cottage during our stay. It was a beautiful afternoon and we rode all over town, enjoyed restaurants & the beach for a perfect one night get-away.
The cottage has a giant jacuzzi tub and the towels are surprisingly soft for hotel towels. There is a fireplace in each room which we used both as it was a cool April evening. There is only one tiny TV in the bedroom that is too far away from the bed to watch so we did not turn it on (we watched a movie on our computer instead). There is an outside patio with a small table to sit, read and listen to the birds.
The negatives...The bed was a bagged in and we kept meeting in the middle for a not so restful sleep, no tissue in the entire cottage, no glasses for enjoying a drink or wine and the biggest negative was the in-room coffee. It is by far the worst coffee I have ever had at a hotel. I could not drink it! It looks cheap and it tastes cheap.
If you are staying in the cottage bring supplies...water, glasses and snacks. Oh and plan on getting coffee outside of the hotel in the morning. :-) We went to the restaurant "Immigrant Son" for excellent food & coffee!"
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