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904 Canton Ave., Wills Point, TX 75169, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Laura Kellley

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Circa 1872. Rose Manor Bed and Breakfast graces more than one acre in Wills Point, Texas with original chandeliers and glass windows, high ceilings, pocket doors, Cypress Wood floors, five fireplaces, a secret ro...


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Run!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My fiancé and I had a reservation here for Saturday May 7th. They cancelled the Thursday evening prior via email. I called later to reschedule and Laura informed me that they did not have any openings before October when my groupon I had purchased was set to expire. She would not extend the date even though she cancelled on me and my reservation had been set for about 3 months. She was very rude telling me it wasn’t her fault others cancelled. In addition when I reserved my room she charged my credit card taxes and gratuity which she refuses to return even though THEY canceled Fortunately, groupon is refunding my money of the purchase price and helping me get the amount she charged my credit card! Never book here they are not a trust worthy business.
Brandi Wasek

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Don't do it

Awful experience. If you bought this groupon and have yet to use it ask for a refund and find something else to do. I have participated in a murder mystery before and it involved scripted character development. One cannot create a character without more information. How were we to know whether or not our creation worked with the overall story line. I say this, now knowing, there was no story line. I believe all in attendance expected more. We expected an evening of intrigue, instead we got an hour of confusion. The Groupon makes reference to a five-course dinner with wine and cheese upon arrival. Needless to say, this was not the case by any means. The food was cold and inedible. “Mr.” ate his because he is polite. I tried to be subtle about not being able to eat. However, I had to leave later that evening to get something to eat. Also, I would never have expected I would have to leave to get water. There were no drinks in the fridge in the dining area and there is no response to the bell. I felt like an unwanted dog left in the back yard just forgotten. We paid extra money for a separate bathroom but were unaware that meant we wouldn’t have air conditioning. The air never worked. Clearly it worked well in the rest of the house but it was hot and stuffy in our room. The smell of mold and mildew in that room indicates the A/C has probably not worked in a while. Between the lack of air movement, being hot and the uncomfortable bed we were unable to sleep more than a couple of hours. After struggling for hours we got up and left in the middle of the night and drove an hour and a half to get home. Upon expressing my concerns to the owner essentially I was told that my expectations were too high. I was unaware that expecting something advertised in black and white was unreasonable.
C J
4/19/2010

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