I stayed for two nights at the end of October.
My room was super quaint and comfortable, with very nice beds and bedding (fluffy down comforters and crisp sheets). The bathroom was small, but cute, with a hand-knit cotton shower curtain. The free breakfast is great, with "make your own" waffles and lots of fresh fruit, juice and hot tea choices.
The staff was extremely nice and suggested Blackwater Grill for dinner, where I had the best Brunswick Stew of my life. J. Macks (across the street from the Village Inn) was delish, too (Fresh GA Shrimp & Trout). Don't let J. Macks' building's facade fool you, it's white linen service inside.