Very relaxing atmosphere in this old house that was moved to the present location. There was a TV in the den area, but not in our room. It made us communicate the entire weekend for a change. Our bed was lumpy and we loved it.
This inn is absolutely off the beaten path, and you will need a GPS to find it. But once you do, you will be welcomed into an old home with lovely history. We were greeted by Jessica, and her warm welcome made us feel invited. Parking was easy to find and we were prepared for…
After a three year hiatus, we returned to give Chef Eric a try. And we were NOT disappointed. Our table shared every appetizer and entre’, and could not decide which was the best. Chef Eric did a phenomenal job blending tastes. Glad we returned and will come back again!
I wish I could give this a better review but for $180+ a night it was a disappointment! Just missing the little extras you would expect. Bfast was a bowl of cut up apples and grapes. Plate with a wedge of egg/cheese frittata with 2 pancakes. Poor presentation!!! Could be so…
Don't expect much. Walked in my "GOLD" room, took a couple of pictures of the bed, wrote a note and left. There was not one flat spot on this bed. Started to tough it out but was literally afraid of not being able to walk the next morning. It probably sounds like I am…
"Not the gold room"
"Try the almond ricotta lemon cake!"
"The cottages are dog friendly and detached from the main house, but are only a few steps from the main house."
"Avoid the cottages. Get one in the manor, itself."
"The Symphony Room was lovely and quite...All rooms seem lovely"