This was our first visit and after reading other reviews, I have to agree that it is an authentic stay in an historic hotel with lots of history. We loved the comfortable queen bed and balcony room. You could imagine staying here in the 1800's and watching the action on the street below. We enjoyed visiting with the couple in the next room who were also enjoying the balcony and sipping on a bottle of wine. In fact, they joined us for dinner in the saloon while we listened to live music along with the locals on a Saturday night. Food was adequate and not that important as we were enjoying visiting and listening to the music The queen bed in room 206 was so comfortable - probably a new mattress. No coffee in the room, but it is available in the lobby. The next morning, the quiche and ham & cheese croissant sandwiches along with fresh cantaloupe was the best! Oatmeal and cereal are also available. We did hear the train whistles during the night, but it really added to the charm.