Beautifully renovated, turn-of-the-century home in a quiet, wonderful, rural setting (165 acres). Owners actually live in a separate restored farmhouse next to the B & B and are thus able to extend guests an unusual amount of privacy. Rooms were immaculate. Innkeeper/chef seemed to be a little "shy," shall we say - did not give us the opportunity to meet her until the third day we were there and almost ready to leave. However, her husband/host/breakfast-server was very congenial. Breakfasts (waffles one day, pancakes the next) were beautifully presented, but the food was just so-so, not because it was vegan but because it was a little undercooked for my taste, especially that tempe bacon - way too soggy! Also, innkeeper seemed to have lots of written rule and regulations about things, which is understandable as some guests will undoubtedly be noisy and destructive if not told otherwise. However, her notes and "house rules" could be written in a more positive tone. Would definitely go back for a second visit - did not get a chance to explore the walking trails on the property or visit with the animals.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking