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We had purchased a combination package from PBS at an auction. It included our room for 2 nights and tickets to the Hagley Museum, Longwood Gardens and Wintertur. It was good value if you plan on visiting these places.
There is no restaurant at this hotel, but if you walk across the parking lot there is a Howard Johnson Restaurant where we had breakfast one morning. There is a Manhattan Bagel just down the street and since it is on a busy 4 lane road you have plenty of other dining choices within easy driving distance.
Don't be deceived by the photo on the web site showing the Lobby. It looks large and luxurious. It is quite attractive with a grand piano and lots of windows but its main claim to fame is the racks of brochures that are on the wall. These will help you sort out the multitude of choices you will be facing.
This is pretty much what you would expect from a Best Western. It was not luxurious but it was clean and very functional, centrally located and the staff was efficeint and friendly.
From journal Brandywine Valley Weekend