The room itself was spotless and nicely appointed. For most of us, that's very important. As far as most things that are considered standard everywhere you go, there was quite a bit lacking. First of all, the Inn has apparently moved from it's stated address of 920 Main Street to about two blocks away--we were not informed of this and had to hunt someone down. The Inn has several rooms, but each has a very flimsy door with a simple doorknob lock (like you might have on a bedroom in a home). There were no beside lamps, just a bright overhead chandelier. Also, there was no telephone in the room. In addition, the television reception was bad. When we left, there was no where to drop the key off until noon. We paid around a hundred bucks for the one night stay. I guess if you're going to Lexington, there really doesn't seem to be much of a choice on lodging. Most of the B and B's have closed down, and the motel didn't seem to be operating. All said, it was a clean and comfortable stay; just not any frills for the price.