The second thing we noticed about Two Suns (after the charming view) was the constant reminders of the things guests shouldn't do: it seemed that everywhere we looked there was another little sign that began 'Do not. . . .' A friend of ours recommended Two Suns - with the caveat that the owners were a bit stand-offish. As we found out, that they are. But even worse is In fact, I doubt this pair really want to run a b&b at all, but suffer their guests with little graciousness.
Then there is their sad fixation on their past 'glories' in film and theatre - photos of which dominate the downstairs.
As for the inn itself, the rooms are small and cramped, decorated in dusty pseudo-Victorian. Breakfast are OK, sort of - on both mornings of our stay, breakfast began with a cold dish that really would have tasted a lot better warm, and the coffee was weak.
The inn's sole salvation is the view from the front porch. But we wound up spending as little time on the premises as possible - it was all too depressing.