We spent our first night away from the baby at this charming inn. The proprietress was quite professional, but made us feel completely at home. Freshly baked cookies and candy are out upon arrival, and ice cream and a Keurig are all available to the guests at any time. There were a couple comfortable common sitting areas, a beautiful multi-tiered deck out back and plenty of free parking. The breakfast room was elegant and cozy, and the breakfast itself ah-maz-ing.
As for the room, we had the Montpelier. It appears newly refurbished and was quite comfortable. A couple of notes, though: given the age of the inn and the fact that none of these rooms had original bathrooms, the bathroom was laid out rather awkwardly. It was pretty tight and definitely only had room for one at the sink. But it was functional and beat going down the hall. Secondly, the Montpelier is billed as "quiet", but it *is* in the front of the house which is privvy to the non-stop route 50 traffic right outside. I was fine with ear plugs at night, but you may want to aim for a room in the back of the house. And lastly, you should definitely make use of your "do not disturb" sign. We had housekeeping entering our room starting at 8:30am, without knocking, and this continued two more times afterward even though check-out wasn't till 11:00. I understand wanting to get a jump on the cleaning, but it's inexcusable not to knock.
Overall, I highly recommend this inn for a relaxing country get-away. There isn't a ton to do in the immediate area, but if relaxing is your objective, then this would be perfect.