The Iris Inn is a bed and breakfast, and this is my first experience with one. To start, there was no one to greet us when we arrived; our keys were left on a table in the entry, along with some instructions. The room was small, which was okay because we were just going to sleep there. The only air conditioning was a window unit, which was not running when we got there - a window was open, letting in warm, humid air. When we were ready to go to bed we discovered that there was no soap for the shower, only one washcloth for two people, and one of the towels had a tear in it. The bedding was designed for winter, which made it difficult to arrange for comfortable sleep. Breakfast was also a disappointment. There was no menu with choices. We were served coffee, a rather blah fruit salad, French toast with blueberries (which my husband thought weren't sweet enough), and sausage, which was cold by the time it got to us. The owner, Edie, seems nice, but our overall experience was disappointing.