The Dunbar House, as always, is stunning. The breakfast and hors d’oeuvres are delicious and the presentation exquisite. I’ve had the pleasure of staying at the Dunnbar throughout the years; however, my most recent visit was somewhat disconcerting for the following reasons, (i) in past, when you arrived you could smell the aroma of fresh baked cookies waffling throughout the house, with a plate in the dining area waiting for your indulgence. However, under new ownership they thought it be best to provide guest with two (2) cookies on a plate in your room, to ensure equal opportunity for all. The cookies did not appear to be homemade but that from Toll House cookie dough sold at your local supermarket, and (ii) on our second night, around 10pm, we were startled by loud noise (laughter and music) coming from the parlor, which lasted until 12:30pm. The next morning, we discovered the owners were responsible for this inconsiderate behavior. They apparently planned this social event with their friends who were staying at the house as guest. The friends/guests who were part of this loud group apologized to us; however, the owners who could hear our displeasure did not, which speaks volume of their demeanor and how they value their guest. It’s important to know, my husband took me to the Dunbar House as a surprise to celebrate our first year anniversary, thinking it would be a quiet, romantic getaway, but to our surprise it was anything but that. With regrets, I will no longer stay at the Dunbar House in the future, nor recommend it to anyone. Hopefully with this review, the owners will change their behavior and make the Dunbar House what it once was.
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