The innkeepers are pleasant and are former members of the military. That being said, they can be too friendly. The rooms are detatched in a separate house, so there is "some" privacy. There is a nice big television with satellite TV. The rooms off to the left are all right, but nothing spectacular, and the rooms off to the right are nothing spectacular either. Rooms were OK: the beds were very comfortable and seemed clean, but the rest of the room verged on dirty. Be forewarned that the rooms do not have locks on the doors.
This is not quite the typical "bed and breakfast," as the innkeepers do not cook the meals in the morning; there is a fully equipped kitchen, a fridge, and some miscellaneous kitchenware, should you decide to create your own meal. Go equipped with pop-tarts and don't expect a gourmet breakfast, lest you consider cereal as "gourmet."
The pool is large, clean, and pretty, and there used to be a koi pond, prior to Katrina. Not sure if they'll be putting those back in. They like birds, so there are hummingbird feeders up and some giant cats running around. If you have any complaints, questions, or specific needs (like eggs or something) the innkeepers are happy to help.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking