Awesome Weekend! If the idea of being in a warm, cozy, romantic mountain Inn while it's cold and gusty outside is your sort of thing, you will LOVE this place. My wife and I had the entire Inn to ourselves. The food was FANTASTIC! I had the half-rack of lamb, my wife had the beef tenderloin. The sides were cooked perfectly...the best potatoes au gratin I've ever had (I'm normally not a fan), and perfectly cooked vegetables. The lamb was probably the best I've had in years. The B&B is decorated as a victorian cottage. We stayed in the Charles Dickens Suite and it was decorated with antiques and the bed was warm and comfortable. The beer selection was small, but excellent (Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout, Smithwick's, Newcastle, ...etc.) and they also had a nice selection of wine as well. The Innkeepers and waitress were friendly, helpful, attentive, but not intruding. The breakfast part of the B&B experience was awesome too. Coffee, hot tea, juice, fresh fruit, a delicious quiche, flaky croissant, butter, and jam. All of this for such a great price!
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