Upon arrival, we were pleasantly greeted and shown the common areas of the main house. The hosts were very nice and accommodating. Premises was a quaint Greek Revival with the owners trying to stay true to the motif. After a brief meeting and discussion with owner, we were told that our accommodations were in another house. We walked in through an old cement porch with a musty smell but led into a nice spacious living area and kitchen area. Then we were taken down the hall to the Lord Cromwell room. Small, dark, musty, dirt and dust bunnies, and a hint of urine smell in the bathroom. Bed was a double size pretty high off the floor (no big deal). Bathroom has been updated as opposed the bedroom but needed some more thought. If you walk straight through the bedroom, you would enter the "sitting room" with no place to sit but a another bed and a slope to the floor that was down towards the back of the room that you could easily roll a pencil down with a carpet that looked as old as the house. The bathroom that looked like it was updated was spacious with new tile and a bath/shower. Just a shame that the shower head was chest height. Not only that, but most of the water pressure came from the cold water, not the hot. So I took a warm shower that hit my chest, left my head cold, and with not a ton of pressure. And to top this all off, the house was freezing. Sleeping felt like camping with a cold head and nose all night, my wife slept with her fleece coat on. The only delightful thing was breakfast. Stuffed french toast with strawberries and lemon, yum! Maybe the main house is better and the detached house is a work in progress but this should be stated and cheaper than their advertised price, especially in April. Quite disappointed and feel bad leaving such a poor review with hosts that were very nice, but nice doesn't make for a relaxing stay.