Two rooms are used for the B&B. We were in Miss Ethel's room, which has a pink tiled bathroom and just the things in there that an older woman might have, like lady head vases - remember those? Usually, I'm a minimalist and don't stay in B&B's because I can't stand the ruffles and chintz, but here there were no ruffles and chintz and the Miss Ethel bits seemed to just add charm. The room was very large and comfortable (good thing there was a step stool to help me climb into the bed). If you like to watch TV, this isn't the place for you (There is a small TV in the room.) We sat on the porch in the rockers and sipped the Gentleman Jack we bought at the distillery.
Coffee, ice, cookies and water were available all the time in the hallway just outside the room, which was great since I got up at 5 a.m. and drank coffee and read in the quiet of the house and went back to bed.
Frank and Karen are very gracious. They sat down to Sunday morning breakfast with us (yummy) and told us all about the history of the area and their connection to it.