You have to try the venison chili, it's fabulous. The Pittsburgh Fish was cooked to perfection. The Creme Brûlée was enough for several people and very tasty. If you're driving by, stop in for the on-site barbecued pulled pork or ribs. You won't be sorry.
If you're staying overnight, the rooms are more like a B&B and less like a hotel. The beds are smaller, the doors squeakier, the floors slope. The place was built in 1822, not 2002.
They do have free wifi, but take the time to connect by the hostess stand.
Overall, I enjoyed it, and I'll be back.