The innkeeper is quirky but very hospitable. The property is lovely, but the circa 1700's farmhouse needs a lot of work. It is cluttered and not very clean. There was broken furniture, piles of dishes, and the condition of the house was generally unkempt. The "private" bathroom was down the hall. There was no television except in the living room used both by the innkeeper's family and her guests, so relaxing at night consisted of basically sitting in the room listening to the squeaks and rattles of other guests coming and going. This could be a beautiful inn if the hostess had the help she needs to keep the place up. Overall the experience wasn't awful, but for $150 per night (including lodging taxes) I could have probably stayed in a Hampton or Fairfield Inn with TV and a real, private bathroom. Not sure I'd stay again, but I have only nice things to say about the innkeeper herself.