I called for information and liked what I heard so I then arranged for an after-hours check-in which went without a hitch. I loved the design and accoutrements and found my room very clean, charming and comfortable. I took a peek at the unoccupied rooms and everywhere was wonderful period decor. The shared bath has a wonderful deep claw-foot tub. However it brought the only downside as my neighbors seemed to have no concept of how to courteously share a bathroom as they left their wet towels on the tub and the shower curtain bar and their toiletries strewn about leaving no place for mine. I haven't stayed at a B & B before, so I'm not sure how often that happens. Downstairs included a magnificently set formal dining room and a large salon. I spent some time in the library nook leafing through a smattering of genres including local birding, regional histories and novels from nearby authors and the baby grand in the corner on which I delighted in plunking while my fellow travelers played bridge. A quiet night was followed by a very delicious breakfast of choice which in my case was homemade quiche, bread and jam and fresh squeezed juice and fruit salad. I needed a quick checkout and was politely obliged. Given my late arrival and early departure I didn't have time to enjoy the attractive and appealing Arizona room or outdoor gardens which both offered sunny seating. Overall it was a great experience and I would definitely return on a future stay.