There is one thing this town is not short of and that is bed and breakfasts. We chose this place as it was more reasonably priced and looked quaint on the website. Most of the reviews on Tripadvisor were favorable, too.
Our room was small but cozy. The wrap around porch was great. I sat on the porch swing one evening and was greeted by the resident cat (at least I believe he was a resident, as he acted like he belonged there). He didn’t bother me, but sat at my feet until he received a pat on the head as the go ahead to hop up on the swing and sit on my lap, purring contently.
There was a varied selection of snacks in the entry way that were complimentary, which is very nice, though I would suggest they be replaced fairly often, as the ones I sampled were quite stale.
I had to fix the sink in the bathroom in the morning. It didn’t require any tools, so it wasn’t that big of a deal. It was interesting that when Pat was showing us our room and she went to turn on a lamp the bulb was burned out. She left to get a new one and replaced it. Later on that evening when I went to turn the lamp on again, the bulb was burned out! I didn’t read anything about this place being haunted. Could it be there is a resident ghost?
The breakfast, served across the street, was fine. As with most B&Bs, you don’t have a lot of choices—you get what they serve. I wouldn’t call it a hearty breakfast, but it was enough to satisfy.
Their location is great. They are just a short walk from all the shops, so you don’t have to worry about trying to find a parking space, which are hard to come by here.
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