This B&B just opened as a B&B this Summer, and you can still tell that it's new, and the hosts need to learn a little about hosting a B&B. First off, we were greeted with a note in the window of the door. Now, that'd be ok, has the owners been out, or something, but they were home. The hosts did come down and say hello, and show us around. They pointed out the breakfast area, the TV/DVD player, the bedroom, bathroom, etc. (The water smelled of sulfur (rotten eggs) so much we basically used bottled for everything,) That was the last we saw of them. Breakfast was ok, we basically made some toast, and cereal, and left our check on the table as our receipt was slipped under the door the night before, and we headed on our way. The her son did say hello a couple of times when we returned from dinner, so he was quite pleasant at least. All in all, not a bad place to stay, but for a B&B we did feel quite alone for staying in someone's home. The bed, quilt and room were awesome in that it was really quiet, and comfy overall.
We had wanted to stay in the Princess Copper Center Lodge, and were we to visit again, we would hope that the lodge would have avability.