We visited this Inn when entertaining relatives from out of province, and we were out daytripping. As there were 6 of us, I had made a reservation requesting a table indoors as it was going to be a very hot day and we had 2 elderly people in our party. When we got there, the table turned out to be in a dining room which was up a very steep flight of stairs and which could not be navigated by one person in our party.Apparently there is no elevator. We opted to eat out on the patio, and found it was very pleasant in the shade. It was nice to be outside, and enjoy the flowers and the grounds. The noise from the highway was not too bothersome. The salads were fresh and delicious with a very nice house vinaigrette. The bread on the sandwiches was a bit overpowering,and the crepes a bit greasy, however,everyone enjoyed their lunch, and the time looking around the historic Inn.
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