For a recent birthday getaway, my wife and I spent two nights at the inn. A previous recommendation by a friend led us there, and we were not disappointed. The inn is a collection of buildings around a central courtyard with some additional rooms in other buildings nearby. The property is very attractive and appealing to the eye. The rooms are all different with individual themes. We stayed in the Spring Suite which was a spacious two-room area on the ground level with a private enclosed patio beside the babbling mill stream. Breakfast was delivered to the room each morning packed picnic-style in a peach basket with all necessary tableware and cutlery. The fruit was freshly prepared and the orange juice was freshly squeezed and served in an old-fashioned milk bottle carafe. The coffee was hot and tasty. Offerings varied from day to day but included warm ham biscuits, scones, cinnamon-sugar donuts and croissants. The servings were plentiful and more than we could eat. The staff of the inn were helpful in making suggestions about special places to see in the Warm Springs area. I would offer three constructive thoughts about our accommodation: (1) The small green-house window in the front of the suite looks into the sitting room but lacks an interior blind/curtain thereby limiting the privacy of the sitting room. (2) An area of obvious wear in the carpet on the step into the bathroom detracts from the otherwise pleasing aesthetics of the space. (3) The addition of a robe/towel hook in the vicinity of the shower would be a functional benefit. We truly enjoyed our stay at the Inn at Gristmill Square and will look forward to our next visit.