My last research found that the Inn at National Hall shut down after much local support. I'm hoping that it will come back since it's monumental popularity and class. Hopefully a business person can help save the Inn at National Hall!
The Inn at National Hall began with a bit of confusion. The glass doors of the entrance seemed to be locked and I ended up walking about the building. Upon further investigation I found the signs telling to call up to the concierge. Getting in the library-painted elevator was just as perplexing, as I felt like I was caught in a Sherlock Holmes episode. Finally I found the right signs to follow to the correct floor and I finally found myself checking in.
The young men I checked in with were very nice and somewhat helpful. I checked into my room in the early afternoon and chilled out here for a bit. I ended up in the Lemon Room where everything was a bright yellow, including the bathroom ammenities.
The bedroom was really comfy and it had plenty of channels.
**However, there were two problems...
1) There weren't a lot of electric outlets near the chair and bed so where was I supposed to hook my laptop up to?!? I was using it daily to do my blog and it was a real problem because I had to charge it, then use it, charge it, use it. Just a major pain.
2) There was NOT a good wiresless signal. I couldn't upload my pictures for the day to my blog and it really through me off because I was terribly bored later that night.
So, basically, it's a great stay if you want to relax in a bit of luxury but if you're like me and like using your wireless at night, then it can be a bit of a hassle. I think the problems might be solved in a different room but I would definitely speak with someone while booking the room.
*Check online for specials! I found one that didn't make the stay "cheap" but every little bit helps.
Unique Quality: Each of the rooms seem to have their own personality. I enjoyed the Lemon Room very much. The bathroom and shower were AMAZING and I loved all the ammenities. The bed was super comfy and the mini fridge was helpful (but expensive).
Directions: On the Saugatuck River, by the bridge
1595 POST ROAD EAST, Westport
260 South Compo Road, Westport
Two Post Road West
Two Post Road West