|Address:||1917 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, USA|
Horrible. They lied! We stayed 15 minutes and they charged us $265. Were vegan, and their website advertises vegan items (tofu scramble). When we got there, the owner seemed shocked that this was on the website, and indicated he couldnt cook it. We asked for our money back, and he agreed. Then - after we left - he charged us (lied). Reputable businesses dont lie, they dont charge people $265 for staying 15 minutes, and they dont advertise on their websites services / features they dont provide! Pursuing several recourses to recoup my funds.
This is a very romantic Bed and Breakfast. The original building is from the early 1900s, and the furniture evokes the period while still being comfortable in the current century. Its a breath of fresh air from the normal cookie-cutter hotel experience. Note: I was not a well-planned traveler, so I am glad this experience worked out well. Make sure to book in advance because the owners might not be in the lobby if you try to book on arrival. (However, they have their cell numbers posted and showed up within 10 minutes of me calling).
Rooms are ok. Staff werent overly friendly or helpful. Several of our guests said they couldnt even get staff to smile at them until we were checking out. Breakfast was simple but the menus to pick out the meal were confusing. Unfortunately, the kitchen staff were the only staff to smile at us other than Sadie, the resident dog, but they touched our food with their fingers several times. Beautiful gardens but make sure you get to enjoy it before the 8pm curfew!
I attended a meeting at the Stone Chalet. The service was phenomenal. Everyone who worked there was friendly and helpful in finding the meeting room and the owners were around to chat and provide a history of the place. The inside of the B&B looks just as good as the outside. I highly recommend the service and the convenient location for anyone needing a meeting space near the university.
This was a very cozy and had a lot of cool, historic things. If youre historically savvy, this is the perfect place for you. The hosts showed us some very neat things including a Steinway piano from the late 1800s and a Victrola. Overall the room was very nice and accommodating for my family of four.
For its overall experience, the Stone Chalet is one of the most pleasant places I have ever stayed at. The rooms are well-kept and comfortable, though the furnishings are antique. The proprietor is pleasant and helpful, the grounds are beautiful, and the location is ideal.
This is a very unique property in a quiet Ann Arbor neighborhood. There are 10 guest rooms, party and event space and musical and performance concerts are held here. The breakfasts are tasty and you can enjoy the backyard spaces, maybe even find a Pokemon if youre looking.
The Stone Chalet was unique in style. We liked the decor and setting. Disappointed in the king size bed. Very lumpy. Did not get comfortable. We did enjoy the full breakfast in the morning.
Stefan von Bülow
The hall seemed very nice. Had very rustic feeling to it. Was like as if you were in a house. Enjoyable atmosphere
Charming, old, historic home with a welcoming atmosphere and a tasty breakfast.
Great space, accommodating hosts and a filling breakfast. Highly recommended.
Wonderful staff and beautiful place. Charming house. Id go back again!
Unique accommodation near U of M and downtown Ann Arbor.
Close to campus, nice rooms, no tv
I love living at the stone chalet