My husband raved about this place after we left as though he had stayed at a Four Seasons or Ritz Carlton. I felt it was nice but was not as enthusiastic. The woman we spoke to when we made our reservation was very helpful and patient with directions from downtown Lexington. Our names were printed on a sheet of paper on the front porch when we arrived. I thought this was a little weird and didn't understand the point of it. Kind of seemed like an invasion of privacy. The room was comfortable enough but nothing special. Evelyn, one of the owners, offered to assist us in making use of her over-the-top kitchen but then seemed to not be too happy when we asked if she could heat up cans of soup for us. We would have gladly done it ourselves but this met with resistance. She also mentioned in passing how much work her husband and son had to do in cutting down trees but to this I can only ask “Why cut them down at all?” The breakfast was very tasty but, as often is the case in B&Bs, too much pomp and circumstance was made over serving what really is just a basic meal. While waiting for breakfast to be served, I made the mistake of opening the blinds covering one of the dining room windows so I could see outside. Evelyn promptly shut them again. Wi-Fi internet access worked at first but not in the morning.