The restaurant is great, ate here twice before (found out this trip it was privately run). But it originally gave us the impression that this location would be a nice stay and we looked forward to a week here next summer.
Our room was old and outdated and smelled very musty; so much, even our clothes smelled of it when home. The bathrooms were horrible, the toilet was a joke in itself, we compared it to going in the woods, lol. And while taking it in, I thought, well maybe it as clean as it can get in it being so old, but other things made me think twice about that. Like the Keurig was extremely dusty and sticky and or similar things of that nature, that made the visit even more awkward in not wanting to touch things or take a shower barefoot.
No breakfast, just pre-packaged convenience store muffins to avoid. You’d think they’d at least contract the restaurant for some fresh baked goods.
The front desk area was nice, but check in staff was just shy of making you feel that you were an inconvenience. The check out, was a bit nicer, but we complained about nothing, just no need, they know what they have to offer, why spoil her effort.
We come to Sandpoint often, because of family. It’s a shame we paid this much for this room ($250 a night), I feel a bit taken. I seriously have no respect for this establishment other than they got lucky on who runs the restaurant and it’s location on the water. less