My wife and I invariably stay at bed and breakfast inns when we travel, as we try and avoid cookie cutter hotels. We both agree that our stay at the Woodward House on Manor Grade was the best thus far. The exterior when we drove up the steep driveway caused some caution as it seemed a bit worn. Ah, but looks are deceiving, as we were welcomed by the sweet proprietor Joan as if we were long lost friends. We retired to the the quaint little pub in their living room and had a nice draft craft ale before we even unloaded our luggage. Our stay of 3 days was regrettably too short, as Joan and her husband Bob, and sister Kathy were extremely gracious and treated us like family visiting their quirky, cluttered, invariably interesting inn. We stayed in the Elizabeth's Suite and it was nice having a little separate room for lounging and reading. The breakfasts we had each day were amazing and ample, and we had the good fortune to be here for the Sunday biscuits and gravy special (scratch cheese biscuits and homemade sausage gravy, the best ever.). We will be back to this small piece of paradise soon.