I arrived on a summer weekday & was the only guest, which I gathered was quite common during the week. As the innkeepers live in the carriage house, I had the house to myself... and saw (and heard) the innkeepers only at check-in, and then breakfast 15 hours later.
The house is large, tastefully -- even expensively -- furnished with antiques and semi-antiques. Perhaps too much so, as I felt everything had been arranged "just so" and that it would be bad form to move anything. Certainly a family with children would have to be on tiptoe here.
That said, the room and bath were spacious, comfortable and spotless -- and the price was perfect.
Innkeeper Bob had hot coffee going not long after dawn, and made me a breakfast that lacked for nothing.
The main part of the town is just five minutes walk away -- beautiful town -- and dinner at the Blue Heron is not to be missed.