We stayed in room three, which is on the third floor. The description calls it cozy, and compared to the king suites on the second floor it is much smaller. We thought is was just the right space for us, and our 8 lb Italian Greyhound. The queen bed was very comfortable; the bathroom was much larger than expected and had all the right amenities, including a hair dryer. It was a hot weekend so we turned on the supplemental window air-conditioning unit, which also served nicely as white noise--there was live music somewhere nearby that lasted until 3 a.m. but was barely audible with the ac going. There's Keurig coffee service on the landing for each floor, and a shared mini frig and freezer. Both a nice plus.
The room has views of the east and west through matching dormer windows with window seats. We sat on the back (east) second floor porch in the afternoon, reading and enjoying the boating scene. The grounds were very neatly manicured and the pier was in great shape.
Regan, the Innkeeper, could not have been nicer and more welcoming. We arrived a bit early and were greeted warmly by Amanda, the owner. Our room was ready for us.
We were a bit disappointed in breakfast, which included coffee, juice, fruit, a small cheese selection, bacon and French toast. As I write this it sounds good, but I guess we would have liked the option for eggs. Next time I'll ask, since I'm sure that Regan would be happy to accommodate special requests if she can.