This hotel was too quiet-to the point of uncomfortably quiet-we were the only guests. I should have taken a hint went I saw the empty parking lot when we checked in, and the next day when we checked out. The chatty owner showed us the rooms, and they were supposed to have a charming B&B theme, dust included. The breakfast consisted of stale, warmed-over cinnamon rolls, coffee and juice, which was extra.The rooms had a musty smell, likely from the antique furniture in each room. The bathroom was dirty in our room, which was dusty with knick knack clutter. It took a VERY long time for hot water to reach the faucets, too. Must be from lack of use. Good thing I remembered the Clorox wipes. The owner-host was too friendly, and I would gather that he has a lot of time on his hands, as he is quite a talker with few and far between guests. I wonder if this Inn is ever busy, or fully occupied? We will never know.