Well, it is a little hard to find according to the last reviewer, but so worth it. Staff were lovely, the room was fine, breakfast good with a couple of delicious hot entrees and a manager's reception on the night I stayed over. If you book into Room 214 or around there a room or two either way you may see some unexpected wildlife just after daybreak. I did. I did some research on return and am certain it is a cougar. No pussy cat that. It was not a deer either. It was about two feet tall at the withers and four feet long (excluding the tail, a long tail). It loped through a clearing up the hill. I spoke with the desk lady and she didn't know of a zoo in the neighborhood so, after returning home I called the manager, Mr. Fox, who said that other sightings had been made by guests, but none by a staff member, and they think it may live on a neighboring golf course. Cougars are increasingly seen in the eastern US according to findings on a Google search. They eat white-tailed deer for a living. Not good to approach a cougar, probably. Take a camera. Use the camera from the room. Binoculars are not necessary as it loped around only about 30 feet from the hotel. If you don't see the cougar, you'll still have a good night's stay. Ann Roe-Rever
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