We had to wait a few minutes at the bar, but the wait was worth it. My elderly mother, husband and I all had terrific dinners. Our service was helpful and efficient. He also shared with us information about the town and the Inn. There was a singer accompanied by a man playing a muted trumpet. The music was lovely, but didn't intrude on our ability to converse. The setting is lovely--paintings on the wall and a view of the pool. We enjoyed it so much, we came back for Sunday brunch. And again our breakfasts were excellent. And our server admitted she came in early to bake the muffins. I can't eat flour, but my husband and mother were in heaven.
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