The Brunswick at Saratoga
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Brunswick at Saratoga Saratoga Springs
Tremendous! Will go back.
My wife and I were passing through Saratoga Springs on our way home from a fantastic vacation in Acadia Nat'l Park in Maine. We didn't want the trip to end, so we decided to spend a night in Saratoga Springs.
We had no place to stay and it was getting late in the day. As our panic started to set in we found a town info center (not open, natch... ). There were some generic tourist guides available so we snagged one and started looking for a place to stay.
We knocked on the door of the Brunswick half expecting it to be closed. Kirk greeted us, showed us a room that was perfect for us (the rate was perfect too!) and we were in.
The building is beautiful and the town is beautiful. Easily the best town to walk around ever. All houses are gorgeous Victorians and all are in impeccable condition. The main drag is overflowing with restaurants, shops, etc. The tavern nearby was excellent, and we shared a round of beers with some other visiting Red Sox fans. (The Yankee guy was easily out numbered, so he was pretty quiet.)
The room was extremely comfortable and the breakfast the following morning was just great. Kirk was a terrific host, as was the staffer we met (didn't get her name, I'm sorry to say), and offered many reasons for us to return to Saratoga Springs. We definitely intend to do that next year. When we do, we'll spend a few days doing the springs, parks, etc, and we'll stay at the Brunswick.
my wife and i recently stayed at the brunswick b&b, this has been are 6th year and we love it. kirk the owner is always on the premises and is helpful in every way. the house has an old time atmosphere and family way about it. what is very nice for me is that the first floor has a completely handicap accessible room. you are within walking distance to many sites in saratoga. stay at this b&b !
Perfect Location, Friendly Host, 4 Star Breakfast
The Brunswick is a lovely Victorian Style Mansion located across the garden grounds of the Saratoga Race Course and one block from the Racing Museum. The room was quiet and charming with comfortable beds and an updated bath. Kirk our host was friendly and informative. The house has wonderful history, free parking and is walking distance to the downtown shops and restaurants. Saratoga Springs is a destination with Skidmore College and the Tang Museum of Art, the many natural springs still bubbling ( for your health), history, natural beauty and of course the ponies. Retiring to the Brunswick completes the end of a perfect day looking forward to tomorrows great breakfast. GO!
I loved the Brunswick B & B
The Brunswick is completely charming and VERY comfortable.
My bed was so comfortable I'm still dreaming of it. The bathroom was enormous and wonderful. The staff at the Brunswick are all very generous in their smiles and spirit and service. The food was delicious and hanging out on the porch was a dream
The Great Brunswick
Very clean and comfortable rooms. The overall house was beautiful and homey. Location is just perfect - across from track, excellent restaurant next door, short drive right into town. Kirk and the staff just simply make you feel at home and that your vacation and comfort is all that matters. If you have a choice the Brunswick Bed and Breakfast is the place to stay in Saratoga !
A Great Place
My wife and I have stayed at the Brunswick every Aug for the last four years and have always found Kirk and his staff to be wonderful helpful and caring..The food is always top notch and the location is ideal for either the track or the downtown restaurant area..You won't regret a stay at the Brunswick..Jack and Paula Burns
Overpriced and Underserved
My daughter and I looked forward to staying at this B & B based upon other reviews, but we were underwhelmed and felt our stay was definitely not worth the $150/night price tag. The proprietor was apparently away, and things felt shaky from the beginning. Although the young woman left in charge did her best, she did not provide the types of things an owner would know about, such as showing us around, offering restaurant suggestions, discussing our need to have breakfast a bit earlier than the standard 8:30. There were no sheets for the pull-out bed in the room, and I wandered about upstairs, which seemed dark and empty, not sure where to find someone who could provide linens. Also, the place seemed a bit dingy and creepy, but maybe it was just the lack of personal warmth. Saratoga is very expensive for travelers on a budget, but this place was just not worth it.
4 Star hospitality
Thanks for the great hospitaliy! We felt like we were right at home. I guess you figured that out when we tried to use our house key in the front door! We met a nice mix of people during our short stay. Thanks for the great dinner recommendations and enjoyable breakfast. Your is four star. Karen & Paul
A fun place to stay
I cannot think of a nicer place to stay when visiting Saratoga Springs, NY. The large Victorian house is beautifully decorated and is within walking distance to the many fine restaurants and shops of Saratoga Springs. If you're a summer horse race fan, the track is right across the street. But the greatest thing about the Brunswick is the hospitality. The host, Kirk, makes every effort to ensure your stay is comfortable. Whether you're looking for peace and quiet or lively company during a homemade continental breakfast, it's simply a fun place to stay. It's no wonder that the Brunswick has won the town's annual front porch contest for many years running. You won't be disappointed.
In a town with the history and character of Saratoga Springs, it's a sin to stay in a hotel. I chose the Brunswick House, while at a conference, and was glad I did. My room was lovely and ideal for a single lady. The place is decorated in antiques, but not overdone. Each room has a private bath and many have sitting areas. In the evening, I went for a walk down Union Ave., which is stunning with grand homes. Downtown is also within walking distance. On my way back from my walk, I stopped next door to the Brunswick for an exciting Tapas experiment at the Spring Water restaurant. I had a restful evening and was treated to a delightful breakfast in the morning. Kirk, the inkeeper, is considerate. The extra treat, at breakfast, was the entertainment. Kirk has an adorable poodle named Java. If you like animals, Java will perform a number of tricks for you. I highly recomend this lovely place for an evening or a weekend.
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