As a former Innkeeper and traveler we have stayed in our fair share of B&Bs and small boutique Inns. Must say my wife and I were so impressed with what John and David have put together here. We were warmly received (despite arriving a couple hours later than our anticipated arrival) and given a tour of the place. We chatted at length about the inn, inn-keeping, history, etc. that evening before dinner and also over breakfast. It was nice to see that both of our innkeepers had enough interest in their guests to sit and have a cup of coffee with us at the table. Even after 10-years they are still enthusiastic and fresh hosts. The inn is very well appointed (given David's background as an interior designer). Comfortable and not chalk-full of chotchkies that is often times commonplace in other historic inns. Big points go to the attention to detail, should you have left any toiletry at home, there was a treasure chest of items to pick from in the bathroom.
Breakfast had to have been one of the best ever served at a bed and breakfast we have stayed over the past 20-years. Nicely done poached pear started off the "meal" and was followed by an omelet with a spicy salsa complete with capers. The sides were shredded potato cake with chive and turkey bacon. Peach preserves by local Mennonite accompanied the toast.
Sharon and I can certainly understand why they have such good repeat business.
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