Stayed at The Mark Addy in early October 2013 and it was truly delightful. Like most country inns, the owners set the tone, and Leslie and Rafi couldn't be nicer or more accommodating. I'm in a wheelchair (the inn has an accessible room on the first floor), and everyone was eager to provide assistance when needed without smothering. Rafi downplays his skills as a chef, but both dinner and breakfast were outstanding and expertly conceived and prepared. Although it was raining during my stay, the view of the Blue Ridge from the front porch (highlighted by a lovely fountain) was genuinely spectacular. It has ample seating options and is surrounded by a well-tended garden; obviously a great place to rest and linger over tea or coffee. Highly recommended as an alternative to a regular hotel when in the area.