We were pleased with the location of this Inn, it was in a hip area of Buffalo with interesting shops and restaurants. The Innkeeper Karen was friendly and made some great reccomendations for places to eat, how to get around and activities for us to do. The rooms were clean and well maintained. There was a handy kitchenette upstairs with tea and a fridge for our drinks. The historic building was remodeled but retained many of its original features. There were tasty muffins and hot coffee available in the morning but not a traditional breakfast as this is not a B&B. The decorations and artwork were carefully selected and tasteful; the downstairs area is cozy and the friendly dog is well behaved. Note there are a couple of rooms with creative bathroom design that includes an open shower; the floor will inevitably become wet and you will have to either dry it somehow or walk on the water when using other parts of the bathroom. This was the only inconvenience.