The approach to The Sugar Tree Inn is a long, one-lane street that goes down a steep hill. There is hill on one side and cliff on the other, with no way for another vehicle to pass. The road is gravel and full of pot holes. The inn, itself, while rustic, is clean and pleasant. The bathrooms are very small. They do not supply ice if you want a drink in your room. There is no cable, but they do have a limited supply of VHS movies you can watch on a TV in your room. Dinner was not good at all. There was a lot of it, but it must have been pre-prepared and heated over. The flavor and texture were not good. There are two dinner seatings: one at 6:30 and one at 7:00, and we had chosen the 7:00 seating. When we got there, our hostess asked us if we would like to come to dinner at 6:30 because she'd over-booked the 7:00 seating. We said we'd prefer to come at 7:00. When we got to dinner at 7:00 we noticed that there were only about two other couples there. They were definitely not over-booked. They do serve wine and beer with dinner. It was a chilly evening -- about 40 degrees or so -- and there was a fireplace in the room. We could not use it, however, because our hostess told us that they had closed the fireplaces for the season. It was mid-May. It was a wood-burning fireplace, and the ashes had not yet been cleaned out. All they had to do was open the damper and bring us some wood. I don't know what it means to "close the fireplace." Breakfast was very good -- an egg casserole, hash browns, baked oatmeal -- all very well prepared, not at all like the dinner. I would not stay there again just for the breakfast.
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