Midwest Living Review
Tucked into a brick storefront in college town Wooster, a little glass door leads up a steep staircase to Huckleberry Suites: Three college-town apartments turned into modern rentals with all the amenities, including whirlpool tubs, kitchens stocked with dishes and cookware, and cozy living rooms with satellite television.
Dan Hildebrandt greets visitors at the front door (call when you're a few minutes out) to hand off the magnetic cards that open the front door and to show guests around. The suites' doors have keypads on them, so you don't have to manage multiple keys. Our suite, the Huck Finn, featured one bedroom and one office, plus a living room, a well-equipped galley kitchen, a bathroom with a tiled shower and a whirlpool tub, towels and linens, and a washer/dryer setup. The suite was fully furnished with modern and comfortable furniture and Internet access is part of the deal. There's a sense of privacy and autonomy staying here, not to mention plenty of space to move around.
The only potential downside was noise: In the living room, we heard noises from the street and other residents using the steps. But these didn't interrupt a good night's sleep.
Two-room suites rent for $139/night; the penthouse suite rents for $249/night. Discounted weekly and monthly rates available. A $110 cleaning fee, plus a security deposit, make a single-night stay less affordable, but for a long visit to Wooster, we'd stay here again.