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  • I think that it originally was a franchise property that was sold
  • Some of the antiques that I like are all the kerosine lanterns
  • The cost of a room per nice was $110 so it wasn't too bad

    • by arabgirl28

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      The Masterpiece is is just what it says. It is a masterpiece. Whoever designed this place did a really good job, because it is not a franchise.

      I think that it originally was a franchise property that was sold. There is lots of parking. The lawn and all is well manicured. There are beautiful flower gardens with mums and black eyed susans and all kinds of nice smelling lavender and mint. There were miniature spruce trees framing the flower gardens. There are 4 flower gardens in all and they are all over the lawn. There are benches to sit next to the gardens and they are kind of meditation areas. There is also a fountain next to the garden and bench and it is a real nice spot for a photograph. The gardens and nicely secluded so you aren’t dealing with traffic and people looking in on you.

      It is a “hotel” with about 20 rooms.

      It has been extensively remodeled and doesn’t resemble anything of the 1960 hotels. The lobby is very pretty. It is very victorian with the brocaded curtains and large heavy woodwork. The lobby ceiling is cathedral with 3 black chandeliers hanging across the room. There are some many muted complementary colors. This makes the accessories stand out because they are gold or dark. There are lots of antiques around. Some of the antiques that I like are all the kerosine lanterns. Each lantern has a different kinds of fluted base. The chimneys are all alike but the bases are decorative and different. I have never seen them lit.

      There is a semi circular stair case painted a chalky rose color. It was beautiful. There was a dark blue carpet going up the staircase and down the to the rooms. The dark blue carpeting made it look like an old time movie.

      My room had a ...

      • mission style cherry bed. The queen size bed had finials on the posts, which looked rather odd. The mattress had a down top. It was like sleeping on a cloud. The coverlet was a homemade patchwork coverlet with a thin filling in it. It was warm enough even for October. The room’s carpet of all things was purple. It was a gorgeous color, but a bit much. The walls also were a lavendar color - also a bit much. There were gold picture frames filled with pictures from the early 1900’s. There were lots of mirrors in the room and it really was comfortable even though it was a bit weird. The bathroom had black tile on the floor with a black toilet and black sink. The walls were tiled red and white. This was all getting a bit much to the point of yuk! The tub was also black. The shower
        was part of the tub with a circular shower curtain. The towels were really fluffy and we also got robes to go with. Really old fashioned.

        I had a continental breakfast in the morning which really wasn’t continental. I had a premade omelet heated in the microwave which was better than I could have made. Fresh squeezed orange juice, milk coffee, cereal and french toast to choose from.

        The place was clean and the people at the hotel were always running around organizing and helping you out. They helped us finding things for breakfast. That evening they helped us find a nice place to eat dinner.

        The Inn was a bit weird, but it was comfortable and the people were pleasant. The cost of a room per nice was $110 so it wasn’t too bad.

        The only thing I didn’t like was there wasn’t much pressure in our shower. It was more like a drip, drip drip.

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