My husband and I stopped here on our way back down from Vermont. While we only stayed one night, the experience made me wish we had stayed longer. Upon our arrival we were greeted by a friendly history buff who made us feel welcome. I enjoy all that historical background, so I was enthralled and kept him talking. My husband....not so much. We stayed at the Johnson Suite on the second floor. It had an attached bathroom which was small but still provided everything we needed. I believe most of the rooms are on the second floor. I saw one room on the first floor, so if you have bad knees this may pose a problem for you. My favorite part of the stay: watching the fire works from the huge porch on the rocking chairs. The breakfast itself was too sugary for my taste (some sort of pan cakes with berries) but the presentation was excellent (I don't buy expensive china but I do appreciate it when I get to use it elsewhere!). This is a lovely plantation property.