We spent two nights here, in the bakery building, in early December. Our room was spacious and had a gas fireplace, making it warm and cozy. This was our first overnight trip with our new baby, so we were a bit worried, but the Madison Fleurie was a great choice. The room was spacious and clean enough, although there seemed to be a lot of flies in the room when we checked in, which was strange. The front desk staff didn't seemed concerned, so my husband chased the flies, killing about six or seven. They didn't seem to come back. Because it's historic, there are a few quirks, like the bathroom was heated separately with a space heater (which we didn't figure out how to turn on until day two, so it was really cold the first night) and the fan was falling out of the ceiling. But overall, decently maintained and nicely decorated.
We enjoyed the location, as we were in town for a holiday party held at French Laundry. We were able to walk around quite a bit and still be close to home, which is great with the baby.
The main house was beautiful and we loved the breakfast room. Breakfast itself was delicious and filling, the cheesy potatoes were amazing!
For the price, I would have appreciated a spotless room (without flies), but we would probably stay there again.