The Inn at Montchanin Village once used to be an entire hamlet of quaint cottages dating all the way back to the 18th Century. The dilapidated village was renovated and redesigned into a hotel, in which each cottage now has beautifully designed rooms for guests to stay. Each room boasts period piece furniture and a gas fireplaces, giving a turn-of-the century feel to the place. A path winding through the hotel's beautiful gardens connects the cottages. While here, it is imperative to dine at Krazy Kat's Restaurant. The famous eatery, which serves contemporary cuisine in a cozy setup, once used to be the blacksmith's shop. Whether you are looking to stay at a cozy place with the family or simply want to get away from the bustle of the city for a solo holiday, the Inn at Montchanin Village is a great place to come to.