My husband I and I traveled from Washington DC to Longswamp B&B for a little rest and relaxation before his mountain bike race at Bear Creek. Unfortunately, we were giving the "Hideaway" as our room. The first thing that hit us was the overwhelming smell of mildew when we walked through the door. This tiny room looked and felt like a basement bedroom and was very dark and depressing. Two tiny windows were all we had and one had the AC unit in it. We turned on the AC and left the premises for several hours to try to get rid of the mildew smell, but it didn't work all that well.
The shower stall drain cover was loose and I hurt my foot on it, so moved the cover off the drain so I could shower. The shower itself was awful with a water saver device on it that spit out the water rather than shower water. Also, there were only a few outlets in the walls and we had to unplug the only two lights in the room to accommodate our computers and rechargers. The internet access does not work in that room and we had to take our computers outside on the patio to get access. Needless to say, my husband was upset as he is a computer consultant and is pretty much on call day and night.
We were very disappointed in the Longswamp B&B accommodations, but were told they were booked for the evening, so we had no other options. We left before breakfast because the smell in that room was more than we could take.
We have spent many years visiting B&B's up and down the East Coast and this is by far the worst of them all.