This Inn is a combination of beautiful scenery and setting, friendly people and rooms that seriously need updated. Based on our one night stay, it seems the housekeeping staff does a good job, which is more than I can say for some newer hotels we have stayed in. The rooms, lobby and pool area were all clean. The problem is the carpets, beds, and facilities are extremely old and in desperate need of replacement. The shower head was old and needed replacing, the tv and furniture needs updated but first and foremost the carpet and the beds should be replaced. The carpet in our room didn't feel nice to walk on at all (felt filthy) and the bed was unbearable. If those two things had been better (carpet and beds) we would have stayed more than one night because the rest of the things are things we could deal with and the property and atmosphere were very relaxing. The breakfast room was trashed by the time we got there since the hotel was at capacity during our stay. They needed an attendant in the breakfast room cleaning throughout the morning. There wasn't much to choose from either. The staff was friendly, the lobby was clean, and my child enjoyed the pool area. They needed more seating at the pool area, there was not nearly enough for all of the guests and I had to sit on the concrete to watch my child swim. We ate at the restaurant on site which was good. They had a country store attached and we enjoyed browsing there as well. There was a horse and buggy ride provided (Friday and Sat.evenings for free) by an Amish gentleman. It was a very nice treat. There are horses and donkeys grazing on the premises, very beautiful to see on your way in and out. I think this place has so much potential if they were able to get the rooms updated. I would happily pay $30-$50 more per night if the rooms were remodeled based on the atmosphere and location alone.