Lovely, old, historic Inn. Staff is simply wonderful. Parking quite adequate and convenient, the Inn is just outside of the town, and well within walking distance to neat old neighborhoods, the Farmer's Market, and other historic buildings and eateries. My husband and I stayed in the double-room suite, on our first visit. I asked when booking about storage (we are Living Historians and my hoops need room!) and, with the nominal charge for the larger option we reserved it. The hallway leading to the first-floor suite was full of antiques, and might account for the powerful scent of mildew that greeted us when opening the door to our suite. It was a large blemish on our experience. The small, simple bathroom did not seem up to the task of being on the same level as the rest of the Inn. The antique beds were very comfortable, however, one bed near the wall a/c unit had quite a cold blast from the unit-I stuffed pillows along that side. Breakfast was divine, Southern, and extremely inexpensive for the quality. Fresh, garden flowers accented the pretty chintz table cloth toppers and fabric napkins. In fact, the cost of staying here is very reasonable! We decided to go home one night early, and they were most accommodating - no problem! We never did get around to rocking in the chairs on the front porch - will save this for another visit. Top quality service!