This B&B was not a good experience. (I forgot to read TripAdvisor) We stayed 2 nights. The Inn was very hard to find and was not in the best neighborhood. The owners met us outside and helped us with our bags - good. They poured wine, stoked the fire and served a good breakfast. HOWEVER: the house itself was over 100 years old and could have had a lot of potential. They have not put any money into it. The furnishings were surely 50 years old, dusty and in disrepair - Good Will would not have taken these items as the fabrics were frayed, stuffing was coming out, the bed frames were wobbly and one sofa was even sitting on cones to get it off the floor. The mattresses were old and perked up with egg crate foam tops. The decor was a hodge podge, in spite of the attempt at an equine theme. WiFi was free but was only accessible if you sat in one spot on one sofa and held your tongue the right way. Our room advertised a private balcony - the second night we found that the way to our private balcony was through a door in the bathroom that had a towel rod on it. The door could not open fully as it would hit a shelf in the bathroom. The private balcony was actually part of the wrap around porch that had been partitioned off with a plastic garden lattice.......that was dangling sideways by one wire - the other one had broken. The partition didn't even go to the floor. There was no specified curfew, but the owner seemed miffed that we returned the first night at 8:45, so we apologized. Had we required a longer stay, we would have moved the first day.