The Inn at Montchanin Village
Rout 100 & Kirk Road
Montchanin, DE 19710

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The village of Montchanin is not so much a hamlet as a microcosm of American history. Once part of the Winterthur estate, it was named for Alexandrine de Montchanin, grandmother of the founder of the DuPont Gunpowder Company. One of the few remaining villages of its kind, Montchanin Village is comprised of 11 carefully restored buildings dating from 1799 to 1910.
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"Looking for something different? This is your place! Rather than a high rise with lots of glass, mirrors, and thick carpeting, Montchanin is a group of converted small homes - each with two or more"
written Jan 16, 2018 by araho
Worn down room
"I paid $244 for a January night. The chairs in the room were threadbare and the carpet was old. The fireplace was little more than a TV stand and I woke up to housekeeping vacuuming the floor more"
written Jan 7, 2018 by kzatrini
Home away from home
"Iíve stayed at the Inn several times every year for several years since my parents moved into a nearby Retirement Community . Have stayed for a couple days up to a 10 day stay with either my more"
written Jan 3, 2018 by JRD9314
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