This is a great place.
The breakfasts were wonderful and creative. Each had 3 courses--a beautiful fruit plate with a homemade sauce, a main course, and a dessert. The eggs benedict had a wonderful citrus hollandaise. The stuffed French toast had a filling of apples and other flavors. All of the bread is made on site.You are sent home with a loaf that is in the shape of the round barn. There were almond cookies left in the living room to munch on. Robin and Elaine are very willing to share their recipes, and we came home with some.
There is a very artistic attention to detail in the decorating. It is lovely, but not fussy. The furniture is lovely, yet comfortable. Beds and linens first rate. We were on second floor, where there is a sitting room. There is a little refrigerator there, stocked with interesting sodas and waters--not just standard fare. It is a great place to sit and read, or have a cup of tea.
The grounds are beautiful, with trails for walking. The moon over the fields was gorgeous.
The round barn itself is a wonder. We really enjoyed hearing it's history and how it was lovingly restored.
Elaine and Robin did everything to make our stay memorable and comfortable. They are pleasant and personable.
I bought some wonderful slippers knit by Elaine's sister that were available to purchase.
The only negative are the train whistles. I like trains, and didn't mind the noise, but I can see where some people might have issues with this. They do supply ear plugs, if you want them. See--they think of everything
Worth a visit.