Stay away! Advertised as a country inn, the place is now apparently a residence for transients. Three of my college friends and I planned a reunion weekend there in September. When the first two of us arrived, the place appeared deserted. After wandering around for a while (and using the public restrooms--no toilet paper, soap, or towels), we called the number for the inn and got an answering machine. We walked upstairs and eventually came upon a workman who said he was setting up beds in one of the rooms we had booked. We followed him into the room and it was a disaster--dirty, musty-smelling, not habitable. We asked if there were other rooms. He said he would show us another of the rooms we had reserved. In this room, there was a fold-out sofa; when he folded it out, it had dirty sheets on it. This room was also musty smelling. We opened the windows in hopes it would air out, and told him we were going off to lunch and would be back later; we asked for clean sheets and for a different room than the one he had first shown us.
Without going into the whole saga, here are some additional highlights:
When we asked for towels (there was only one set in the double room), the guy looked at us as if we were nuts and asked, "What kind of a place do you think this is?"
We encountered three other people (one single man and one couple) who were staying at the "inn"; all were apparently using the place as a low-cost residence.
The heat in one of the rooms came from uncovered heating elements set in the walls.
A baseboard heater in one bathroom exploded in a shower of sparks when turned on.
We finally got clean sheets (and a blanket to use as a mattress cover) for the foldout bed only when the manager eventually showed up around 10 pm. She also let us cancel our reservation for a second night--and in the end didn't charge us for the rooms, though at the time she said only that she would charge us a somewhat reduced amount.
Do not believe a word of what the web site says about this place. It's long past its movie star glamor days!