Recently stayed for a large reunion with family. The hotel itself is in fairly good condition with a very rustic feel. The pool seemed like it could use a few cleaning sessions.
The food at the on-site restaurant was very overpriced for the quality served. However, as it is the only on-site option, we gave it a shot. Needless to say, the food was very bland (instant mashed potatoes, etc)
Our biggest complaint of the stay was a power outage that affected all rooms for 8+ hours our first night at the property. With our room block there were several guests that had medical needs, and without power sleep was impossible. The rooms reached the low 80s overnight, and the majority of the kids with our family had a rough night as well. While the power outage was not the hotel's fault, the response (or lack thereof) was the real kicker. There was no info sent to any of the guests. The staff at the front desk seemed confused and had no information to give, and were not helpful. Upon departure, when we asked if there was anything that could be done about the awful first night, we were greeted with a very angry and unfriendly front desk staff (Name was Haley?) that seemed appalled that we would event mention it.
For the cost of the stay, we did not find any value in staying here. Our next reunion will definitely be at a different state park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Snuggled into a backdrop of stately oaks, this historic inn was constructed from native limestone during the late 1930s. As featured in Midwest Magazine, this location abounds in endless opportunities for recreation. Spring Mill Inn is located within the park, and offers modern conveniences that include a full service dining room, gift shop, indoor/outdoor pool, game room, and conference facilities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Spring Mill Hotel Mitchell