We stayed during a $100-per-room promotion which was an incredible value: extraordinary food and the room itself was plush and comfortable, and the grounds so peaceful.
That said, I would not go back here during a time when there was not a promotion. The regularly advertised prices are too much, for a room where the walls are so thin that we could hear everything next door, and could actually smell the butter flavor when someone in another room microwaved popcorn.
I believe the Inn is a re-purposed barn, which might account for an architectural design that still feels something like you're in a big barn with a lot of other guests, no matter how nice the room itself is appointed.
The breakfasts are feasts, and the managers, Cameron and Brenda, make this place a deeply enjoyable respite, in spite of its structural flaws. They know the meaning of hospitality. If they ever decide to leave for another inn, though, I think this place's deficits will soon outweigh its charms.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking