The Inn was quiet charming and the owners were very nice but on days when it's 90 degrees outside there should be air conditioning running in the common areas of the Inn. It's nice that the individual rooms are air conditioned but it does not create a nice atmosphere when you can't even eat breakfast because of the heat. There weren't even windows open. I would suggest to the owners to invest in air conditioning throughout the entire Inn and it would make everyone's stay (during the summer) a little more enjoyable.
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- Elegant and comfortable rooms filled with antiques in this Victorian Gothic circa 1874 home on the Historic Register. Gourmet breakfasts by owner/chef,C.I.A. Grad. Waterfront views of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, quaint town of shops, art and restaurants, and short drive to many desirable sites from Philadelphia to DC. ... more less
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