Great Inn. Only minutes to visitor center and downtown. Ken & Judy were very welcoming to their home. Drinks and snacks were plentiful. Rooms and baths spotless. Grounds were vast and gave plenty of options to get outside on the patio watching the hummingbirds, the gazebo was a nice place to relax, campfire and hot tub too (it was too hot for these during our trip). We borrowed the battlefield driving tour and highly recommend it as we are not big civil war buffs we really enjoyed taking the 2 hr driving tour ourselves. Tour was marked to easily follow and gives you a clear vision of where the troops were fighting. We went before dinner about 5 pm and found very little traffic at the stops. Dinner at Dobbins was recommended by Judy. The house was used on the underground railroad and a free tour of the house after dinner was really a nice addition. See the bullet holes in the Farnsworth House within walking distance. Breakfast was a nice treat and met a nice gentleman from LA. All in all very nice stay. We staying in Primrose room hoping to meet Geoffery as I am a blonde and he is said to favor blondes, but no luck. We did get a picture with an orb after Taps was played on the battlefield and we may have something in a window of the Baladerry watching us on the front porch, but the window isn't that clear and maybe if we looked closer could explain. We will return for another stay and will recommend it to friends. Stay here if you want a relaxing stay.