My girlfriend and I stayed here on a day we went to nearby twilight polo (the horse kind). Our hostess JoAnn was very gracious and led us to one of their suite rooms on the top floor (small warning: above the posted price range). The hotel has nice space and is quiet, well-situated in a 200year old remodeled house on Moddleburg's charming main street. The rooms are well-appointed with classic furniture -- 4-poster bed, duvet, high-backed reading chairs, and a sofa and wet bar in ours -- that make for a cozy playground if you are so inclined. The help-yourself amenities are a nice touch: coffee, ice cream, and even M&M's and fresh baked cookies at the check-in counter. And the breakfast was very nice, as well.