$80 per night for the first person:
$70.18 (base rate) + $5.61 (8% sales tax) + $4.21 (6% hotel tax) = $80
Add $20 for each additional person over age 10 sharing the room:
$17.55 (base rate) + $1.40 (8% sales tax) + $1.05 (6% hotel tax) = $20
Rates include hearty breakfast, hotel tax, and sales tax.
Cash, US Checks, Visa, Discover and MasterCard are accepted.
Sorry, I no longer accept American Express.
A currency converter can be found at: http://www.xe.com/ucc/
Each bedroom is named for the child who grew up there.
Raymond’s Room has a queen-size bed and southern exposure.
Raymond, 32, has a software engineering degree from Rochester Institute of Technology.
He lives in Hilton, NY with his wife Crystal and two year old daughter Lilianna.
Jewel’s Room has two double beds and eastern exposure.
Jewel, 30 , has degrees from SUNY Buffalo and Nazareth College.
She is back from Argentina where, with a Fulbright Grant, she was teaching English as a second language.
Portland, Oregon is where she currently calls home.
Shannon’s Room has a double bed and northern exposure.
Shannon, 30, is a personal banker, soccer coach and community “mover and shaker”.
She lives in Greece, NY with her husband Jeff, daughter Gianna and son Jeffrey.
Off Shannon’s Room there is an enclosed, unheated porch with a twin bed. There are three half walls with windows and screens. It’s like camping in a comfy bed without the bugs. Enjoyable May through mid October.
You can travel light when staying at Reen’s. Each room has an alarm clock radio, bathrobes,
bath towels, washcloths, lighted mirror, clothes brush, tissues, hair dryer and a caddie
to take your toiletries to the bathroom.
There are two kinds of pillows (both synthetic), a cotton matelasse and a down comforter
on each bed. Each room is individually air conditioned May 15 to October 1.
Guests are welcome to use shampoo, conditioner and body wash that are supplied in the
bathrooms along with individual bath mats for each guest.
There is also an ironing board, iron, sewing supplies and umbrellas.
And, of course, just ask Reen if you forgot something.