We spent two nights at the Rosemont at one of their suites and found the property to be beautifully restored and the staff very friendly and accommodative. The room was well appointed, beautifully decorated with an eye toward keeping the period feel in tact. Breakfast was delicious and interesting, not your standard eggs and bacon. The front porch is a beautiful place to relax with a book or a cocktail. Be sure to bring your own drinks as the manor doesn't have a bar and a wine reception is offered on your first night only, not nightly as is the case in other bed and breakfasts. My only complaint was with the stink bugs. I did not even know what they were until we saw them in our room. It seems the are quite prevalent in this area particularly in the colder months. They are harmless, don't bite and are easily killed but they are quite ugly. If you are squeamish about bugs you may have a rough time as we probably killed more than a dozen each day. The hotel is located off the track but close to some nice vineyards.