First, we didn't stay at the Inn itself, we stayed at the three "cabins" on the hill. Norman Bates, eat your heart out. The houses were family homes built in the 1800's, and they don't look or feel like they have been cleaned since then. Aside form the creepy glass man in the "Do not enter room," where the door never shuts and he watches u as you walk by to the bathroom, it is peaceful and there are some nice scenic landscapes. But with horseflies the size of birds, ticks in the house, and in the beds, spiders the size of crabs and parasitic microbugs in the beds too, we would not wish to return. Maybe it was the time of year, but the houses should be condemned or at least a historic museum. Please, if you go, try the Inn ONLY; at lease the surrounding area was enjoyable. Sorry Philbrook, we like the outdoors, outdoors. Oh one more thing, dead rodents are not floatation devices. Yes they have a pool.