This could not be a truer description of this cozy B&B. We stayed here twice this winter and both times we were so impressed. Marlene and Fred are amazing hosts that obviously love what they do and were cut out to be innkeepers. The lodge was restored from an old daycare, and the handiwork of Fred and friends is just incredible. The details and decorations that Marlene has put into almost every inch of the place is truly spectacular. Be sure to take a look at the before & after photo book. Accommodating does not begin to describe this couple, Marlene is so sweet and an amazing cook and baker as well. She offers a fairly large breakfast menu for a B&B. I’ve tried almost every item on the menu between our two stays and everything is delish (especially the frittata). Both are full of information and ideas about the area and things to do. We were there to ski on both visits, but when the weather didn’t cooperate one day, they were full of events and places for us to check out. The place is just so cozy that were more than pleased to just stay in and enjoy the beautiful lodge. On a day that the weather was less than perfect we decided to just ski on their property which is just acres of beautiful land with pine trees and a natural preserve adjacent to their property. Fred even opened up his hunting cabin to us out there so that we could go in and get warm by the wood stove and have some hot chocolate that Marlene made for us. (Not the instant kind either)Fred built the hunting cabin and filled it with all his hunting treasures and named it Fred’s Shed! It was an absolute treat, not quite as cozy as the lodge but definitely a fun little place. It’s a hard place to leave. They have a new website too which has some pictures of the rooms.