We had a wonderful stay in the Royal Suite. I wouldn't put too much stock in the negative review after four years, as they clearly have done a lot of renovations over that amount of time.
It's obvious that they love this old house and have rescued a grand lady from a terrible fate. They've been renovating it since 1996 and have done some crazy things to update it, like tearing off the top of the house to create vaulted ceilings on the third floor.
To us, the price was reasonable and 25% less than other places we have stayed. If you like to poke around in old buildings that alone will be enough to have you stay here.
The breakfast was very good, fresh fruits, ham strips and eggs, lots of coffee. We had a lovely chat with Lois, who was kind enough to join us at the end of breakfast and tell us all about her old house.
We hated to leave, but we will definitely be coming back for our anniversary next year.