We went the last weekend of June 2013 to participate in the National Butterfly Count, an event the b&b fosters by kindly offering their farm road and pasture for counting and their front porch for meetings, not to mention their rooms for staying in. This is the 3rd year I've done this; but the count has been going on here for (I think) 18 years, always a weekend near the 4th of July. Pam and Ron are very friendly people with a penchant for 19th century design - the period of the house. The rooms are filled with quilts and old fashioned furniture, flowery wallpaper and lots of old books including novels, very wonderful to step into. The rooms are big, air conditioned, and comfortable, with high ceilings. The old house is very sound, for instance the floors and stairs do not creak; there is a lot of privacy in the arrangement of rooms. They have two buildings (plus barns), the main house and what they call the summer kitchen, a two-story brick affair that was built (I learned this time) by a movie company that shot a film there in the 1990s, as part of the story. This building can be rented handily by family groups. It's all very clean. Pam is a wonderful breakfast cook, and we ate very well. There is a back porch that opens onto a garden with a little fountain and many flowers, not to mention the dozen or so hummingbirds that visit the feeder. There's a river nearby that seems to have fish (i.e. people fish in it), and the hot springs are not very far, for instance Hot Springs Resort, and Warm Springs. There are some restaurants which Pam is happy to call to reserve for dinners. We had our project (butterfly counting), but if we had not had anything to do, we still would have been very happy doing nothing. This is a part-time working farm, with goats and chickens,ducks and geese that can be visited, great for children.