This B&B is an untouched Victorian treasure. My husband and I just returned from a two night stay with Sandy and Pasqual. I am never disappointed. After years of traveling by motorcycle this is the only B&B that i have insisted on returning to for the past three years. My husband and I are motorcyclists that favor vacationing in the mountains. The Deer Park Inn is in a perfect location for us. West Virginia never disappoints the area has one breathtaking panorama after another. We have repeatedly chosen this as our first stop and stay at a different B&B every night along the way. We like to try different places every time but this one I can't stop returning to. I think there are several reasons one of the greatest is my love and appreciation for Pasqual's exquisite cuisine. Truly a special treat! Guaranteed he will only use the freshest, highest quality seasonal ingredients. If you are lucky enough to be waited on by their animated son Nick you will be able to imagine what it will taste like before it arrives and know what he plans to eat later. Breakfast is always phenomenal and eating out on their porch with a cup of robust coffee is a wonderful way to begin the day. The fratata kept me satisfied till late afternoon. All the bread is baked fresh daily by Pasqual. This inn is also a fine restaurant that happens to be very reasonably priced. Don't expect to meet Pasqual, it took us three years but he is not an enigma. He keeps himself very busy behind the scene. I believe serving as chef is only one of the many hats he wears. This house was built 140 years ago and still has many of the original fixtures. We had a leak with the toilet, the original gravity tank with a pull chain. Pasquale fixed it quickly remember this unit has no replacement parts. The imperfections add to the Inns charm and authenticity. All the furniture is original to the house. Although there is no AC I've never needed it there, we have always stayed in mid to late July. It is not an accident that it is located where it is. You will find the giant front door almost always wide open. Ask Sandie about the interesting history of this cottage, it's fascinating. Sandie is warm and friendly, a genuine pleasure. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and some may find the predictability of a Quality Inn more to their liking. If however you have a true appreciation for American history, fine cuisine, victorian antiques, warm hospitality and all the geographic location has to offer then I would recommend you try a stay.