My wife and I love B&Bs. We understand about the realities of rustic historic houses. That being said, this place had a run-down feeling that made us leave even though we'd paid upfront. The grounds were full of decaying furniture and overgrown weeds, the interior was dusty and we actually walked through cobwebs. When we arrived there was a sign saying "You are checked in, see yourself to your room." We never saw an innkeeper but we did hear a TV going from behind a closed door. Our room (Bishop's Suite) didn't have a door separating the beds from the toilet! We also hadn't realized that the description of the room having a tub meant that it wouldn't have a shower. There were a bunch of Bibles and mentions of God throughout the inn as well, which made us uncomfortable. Based on the expired snacks left out, we didn't think it would be worth a night there to take our chances on the brunch. Only positives: A friendly outdoor cat and being located in a nice area with pretty rolling fields.
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