First: the directions on the Website made this B&B much harder to find than it should have been (took us two tries to get it right). Second, our reception was not very welcoming--more about reciting rules than making us feel welcome. It felt like staying overnight with your richest, meanest aunt, and worrying all of the time about making a mess. The "charming" bric-a-brac seemed like it was there, not for ambience, but as a dare for any guest to break or steal. The bed in our suite was way too high off the floor (almost required a ladder to scale it) and the mattress was as hard as cement. The breakfast menu had no options for non-egg-eaters or tomato-haters, when some toast or muffins would have sufficed. (Other B&Bs in the region politely asked if we had special food preferences or restrictions--this one didn't.) Overall, the Inn seemed much too pleased with itself and VERY over-priced for the rigid services & lack of congeniality. Shared our breakfast table with a lovely young couple from Grundy, Va.--but the B&B doesn't get credit for their personal charm.