We booked this B and B as wanted to experience southern hospitality in what appeared to be a beautiful place on the website. Was I fooled! We immediately felt disappointed as the outside had pealing paint (at least the front and side facing the street). The 3 of us stayed in the Velvet Room and the king sized bed was like sleeping on straw. When we first sat on it, the mattress (no not the frame) moaned and creaked--I cannot think of adequate words to describe the noise which was everywhere you stay or laid. It woke us up when turning and was so hard my shoulder and arm hurt when lying on my side. It was stuffy as warm that day so opened the bathroom window and heard at least 3 long and loud whistles from trains as they went through town. The owner explained that there are no arms at the train crossing so trains had to do this. We were never told this before hand. Consequently we had a poor night's sleep. Our daughter slept (not much more than us) on a mattress on the floor. The breakfast was fine. When told the own about the mattress, she said she had never sat on it and did not clean the rooms. Also, the bathtub/shower combo does not have a mat and no grab bar. Tub bottom was slippery and nothing to grab onto when getting in or out.