The food is extraordinary. Absolutely extraordinary. Dinner is extraordinary; breakfast is extraordinary; even afternoon tea is extraordinary. The pears (plucked from the farm and brought to your table) that greet you in your room are extraordinary.
Oh, and then there's the Inn itself, which isn't much to look at from the outside, but more than makes up for this on the inside. Our room (suite?) came with a "foyer" and separate bedroom/bathroom. Very clean and tastefully decorated. (I never thought I'd use the term "tastefully decorated," at least not before my 80th birthday.)
Now, there isn't a ton to do at the Inn (or in blink-and-you'll-miss-it Washington, Virginia) besides eat and visit the gift shop. And they aren't lying when they say that there's no cell phone reception. (Lest you go mad, they provide free, though rather weak, wireless internet, and you can borrow a laptop or use the business center as needed.) But our short time there was practically perfect, and I can't wait to go back again someday.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking