A quiet oasis in the midst of, well, nowhere much at all. Traveled through on business and found the welcome warm. As I've come to find is typical of B&Bs, there is that nice attention to individual needs. As a specific example, the staff provided a bucket and towels so that I could wash my (very dirty and dusty!) car -- and this was very much appreciated.
The room was large and well-appointed. Bed was comfortable. Quiet environment. Being able to pick fresh oranges from the trees nearby was also a nice surprise.
I found the communal dining set-up/area a little confusing. There were plates and dishes one could use (and a microwave/fridge), but the only place to rinse and place the dishes was in a cordoned-off kitchen area marked "private" and "no admittance." ??? That might be a problem for people who don't like to leave dirty dishes lying around while at the same time wanting to respect privacy and "house rules" -- especially when those "rules" are posted in very large and easily-readible signage!
Breakfast as an event was nice. I met several people from overseas and it was an enjoyable time to share a meal. The food was adequate, although nothing sterling. Would have loved to have seen freshly squeezed orange juice from the oranges growing less than 20 feet away, but the juice was store bought. Given the price tag for a night's stay, I would have expected a little more in that department.
Overall, a quite lovely place to stay, but lacks the finesse and sense of welcoming warmth of, for example, the Baker House in Coalinga (which I have reviewed in another post).