Vous cherchez un B&B romantique à Huntley ? Bienvenue au Somewhere in Time, un établissement de choix pour les voyageurs comme vous.
Les chambres du Somewhere in Time sont équipées d'une climatisation. Les clients peuvent également rester connectés grâce au wi-fi gratuit.
Le Somewhere in Time propose espace pique-nique et mobilier d'extérieur. Vous pourrez également profiter du petit déjeuner inclus. Besoin de garer votre véhicule ? Le B&B dispose d'un parking gratuit.
Durant votre visite de la ville, ne manquez surtout pas des parcs comme Barkemeyer Park qui est située a proximité du B&B.
Le Somewhere in Time vous offre le meilleur de Huntley à votre portée, pour un séjour parfait en tous points.
This place has the potential to be a beautiful b&b but unfortunately our visit was not good. It is a beautiful restored Victorian house. There is no host on site. We had the upstairs to ourselves with the assurance we would not be sharing a bathroom. It was beautiful. The first time I used the toilet, it broke. The water in the bowl was pure black. I called the hostess and they sent someone to fix it. We returned to the b&b from riding, and the toilet was fixed but we noticed that there were signs saying not to drink the water, but there was no bottled water available. We tried to use the WiFi but there was no information available. I called and left a message. No return call. Tried to use the TV. No signal. Called again, no return call. Ever!! There was no air and only ceiling fans. The one in the bedroom, the chain was broken on low so couldn't be adjusted and windows did not open. My husband got up at 4 am to go to the bathroom and some strange woman was taking a shower in our bathroom!!! Umm no!! We left without breakfast! Epic failure. …
There is a lot to love about this place - it's remote, it's quiet, and it's surrounded by nothing. The grass is green, the grounds and buildings are the perfect picture for the many weddings had here. And the name fits; you're really taken somewhere in time. A place like this would be perfect for... I'm not sure. Someone interested in reading paperbacks while, looking out at the land, and hearing nothing but the sprinklers and the trucks that pass by every once in a while. When I arrived here with my husband two weeks ago, I loved what I saw. The drive out was relaxing in itself, and the light blue house and side houses were just like in the pictures. There were rabbits in the big yard, and the only sound I could hear was the sprinklers. I was excited to see inside, and not just because it was 90+ degrees outside. But no one was there to greet us. The doors that looked like front doors were locked, and we knocked and knocked. We had luggage and bags for a week long stay with us, just waiting. Not only was no one there, there was hardly any service so finding their website and calling the number was tough. I got the woman on the phone (her phone voice is very annoyed), and she said she'd come by. We waited a while, and some guy comes by and tells us the door was unlocked. (It looked like the back door, like a patio door to a bedroom). Inside was a clean, cold, white kitchen full of signs. Don't touch, no food allowed outside the dining room, this is a private kitchen. Pretty much saying that the kitchen was off limits. Got it. We walked through a lovely dining room, and followed the guy up the stairs. He went upstairs, my husband was hauling bags, and this guy watched me struggle up the steep skinny stairs with my heavy suitcase and duffle. Just stood there. I can't believe he didn't offer to help. He showed us our room, asked if we had any restrictions for breakfast (none), and left. Saw him for maybe 3 minutes. Our room was really pretty, looked cozy. But again, that's where the loveliness ended. You get a teeny soap flake (the free ones you get from soap makers). One washcloth, a flake of soap. We had our own shared bathroom, no toiletries. In the bathroom there's another sign: do not drink the water. Okay? When you wash your hands, you can smell why - it's foul middle-of-nowhere soft water that's ripe for sulphur. I was already dreading the rankness of the shower, which had long hairs in it. We started settling in, and quickly realized that there's nothing... at all to do or look forward to. We're just miles away from Billings with nothing to see or do, in this big house all alone. This lovely house is really cold and surreal when you're alone in it. I could go on, but I'll slow down. There are signs everywhere, you can't drink the water (there's a water cooler in the kitchen that I assumed I could use), there are no toiletries, you can't touch the kitchen (no tea, can't put any leftovers in the fridge), and no help or host around. After driving 13 hours, I had to drive all the way back into town to buy my own toiletries, and bottles for water. Whenever I needed anything, I had to call the number on the website and wait (sometimes up to an hour or more) for someone to come by and answer a question or show me. This happened when we needed wifi (I telecommute) and no one had any clue what the wifi password was, not even the hosts! The next day, I had wedding events to get to in Billings. When I returned, I didn't have any new washcloths, bed wasn't made. Again, just an empty shell. I was there for several days, and actually went and bought my own washcloths. I had a lot of events in Billings - dinners, luncheons, showers, etc. for the wedding (not hosted at this place). So driving back and forth multiple times a day was really crazy. By Friday (no one had ever come by to check in, make beds, do anything), I was done (we were supposed to stay til Sunday). I just ate the cost of the other days, after they moved us to the other house in prep for some wedding that was coming in. I ended up staying at MyPlace, which was actually perfect, clean, with a kitchen I could use, plenty of towels and washcloths, water I could drink, and tea and coffee in the lobby. This place feels like a property that was once owned by a lovely old country couple that died and left it behind to some distant cousins. Cousins who think that running a B&B calls for making breakfast (granted, very good), and maybe making a bed once a week. I hope someone buys this place. It could be so wonderful, so charming, if it was loved and cared for - not just an empty farmhouse in the middle of nowhere.…
In the rugged, hills of MT off the Interstate 90 is a country charming oasis of pastel painted houses...a b and b and event center. the b and b is charming, clean, comfortable and the food wonderful. Paul and Toynette are very real and so friendly and willing to be so helpful. The area is perfect for easy hiking A perfect place away from the maddening city life....so relaxing...no TV or WIFI to distract.
Nice rooms, good food and quiet area. Every b&b has its interesting quirks, this one included no shampoo but small bars of soap. The bathrooms have notes that say "don't drink the tap water" due to the water softener....very greasy showers. It is off season so enjoy the decor, we hear they are completely packed in the summer with events. Sandy, the family friend, stepped in to cook. Food was good, she doesn't drink coffee so we used powdered creamer. Our first night was chilly, the second night she turned up the heat. All things that can be overlooked due to the atmosphere, we would stay again.
My husband and I were searching for a bed and breakfast convenient to Interstate 90 while on a recent motorcycle trip. "Somewhere in Time" was the perfect spot! It was located on some very quiet and beautiful ranchland just a few minutes off the highway (very near Billings, Mt) The grounds and home were immaculate, decorated with beautiful antiques, but with all the modern comforts. Our bedroom was beautiful, with a gorgeous chandelier, incredibly soft mattress and top-notch bedding. A large family room was available upstairs as well with comfortable seating, television, music and books. We enjoyed a wonderful visit with "Walt" , the family patriarch, while his granddaughter prepared a very delicious and beautifully served breakfast. Incidentally, they also have their own antique shop, wedding event center and tea room on site. We would stay there again in heartbeat! Thank you, Walt, for a very memorable stay! ~ Janie & Rob…
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