My wife and I enjoyed staying here and would stay here again. Well done rooms with antique furniture. Good breakfast. Very clean. Wifi included. Welcoming and very nice people. Cookies out in the evening and fresh pastries in the morning.
We spent one night at the Veranda, and were very pleased. Room 11 is at the very back of the property. It was quiet; serene. It has its own exterior entry door, which is very convenient. The breakfast was nice, with boiled eggs and various cheeses along with pastries, etc. We…
We stayed two nights and enjoyed the Inn. The suite was spacious, bed comfortable and the breakfast (included in room rate) had good options to pick from. Everything was very clean. Some of the “antiques” in the room were nice and some either needed to be restored or removed…
We stayed in room number 9. We loved the cozy feel of the entire place. The staff was warm and inviting, the front porch was a great place for a glass of wine, the room and bed offered a great nights sleep.
The veranda was very delightful...we were the only guests at the time. One imagines what it was like in the 1880s. Pretty primitive I imagine. The owner was very accommodating and helpful with info about the area. Eleanor, the breakfast lady, told us her fascinating life story…
"We were in room 5."
"Room 5 was perfect with a bedroom, sitting room, and private bath, all tastefully decorated with period features. Great King Bed."
"Ask for a room away from the front street."
"Be aware that cell phone service seems to be shut off during nighttime hours."
"Each room on west side of building have window AC units. A little noisy but still comfortable."