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The wife and I ran off for a couple of nights without the kids over New Years. We loved this place. If you are looking for frills, go stay somewhere else. It was so nice switching off for a couple of days and relaxing. This...More
My wife & I really enjoyed our stay here. Our room was comfortable & very clean. The food was excellent, most of it grown on property. (the crab bisque soup was the best I've had!) Plus, we ate on the front porch & watched the...More
The Riverside has been a standard for people kayaking the upper yough for several years. It was recently sold and taken over by a new couple, Kyle and Cara. My wife and I had stayed at the old version 3 or 4 times, and have...More
I'm conflicted about writing this review and didn't want to write it because I really like the couple that own/run the hotel but not the rooms, so much. But I feel that I need to give others a true review to make their decisions.
My wife and I spent a night here in room 6 and enjoyed it. It's nothing fancy, but it's comfy and clean and historic. In our room there was a decent assortment of paperback books. I'd stay there again, without hesitation.
USD 65 - USD 105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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