I stayed here with my family (ages 27-63) last September 2010. We had a great time thanks to Steve the owner, who is an easygoing, attentive and friendly host who liked chatting and telling us about the area. He let us pick any room we wanted since the place had a lot of unique rooms and only 3 or so other guests. We came with the family dog, who loved playing with Steve's tiny dog. This place is appropriately named since it was probably built in Colonial times - the rooms are old and musty, the shower stall was not comfortable to use, and the decor very outdated. However, my family felt transported back in time. They also loved the unbelievably low rate, which included breakfast cooked just for us. The place was near good hiking trails and a community pond. At night this place was the center of community life, as locals come for dinner or a beer, and to hang out in the lounge to watch TV. Steve is the quintessential antique hoarder, and there are lots of interesting things to check out in the common areas. It was sort of a cultural experience for us "East Coast" urban/suburban types. We all left incredibly charmed and feeling relaxed.
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