This may be the best B&B we've stayed at in years, thanks to Llewellyn and Laurel, the wonderful innkeepers. The inn is terrific -- our room was huge, with a nicely redone bathroom and very comfortable bed. (We were in the Mackintosh room). But what made this visit special was (1) the map with dinner recommendations put together by Llewellyn, (2) the fabulous breakfast cooked by Laurel and (3) the conversation around the breakfast table with Llewellyn, Laurel and the guests. At other B&B's it can be a bit of 'get up, eat, get out.' But not here, where we had a great discussion about fracking, New York City, defunct tech companies and much more. Thoroughly enjoyable and we'd happily come back for more!