We stayed at the Philbrook Farm Inn for one night in late June. We knew that it wasn't a hotel or an extremely nice B&B, but we weren't expecting what we got. Ann greeted us at the door, and she was very nice, but the floorboards on the deck are rotting (and she even told us!), although the view and the front garden are lovely. The rooms are styled very old-fashioned, which is to be expected, but there is no WiFi (which is also somewhat expected) or even a television or ironing board. The bathroom is very dated, and the shower is just a head attached to a clawfoot tub with two seperate handles for hot and cold. In the closet next to the toilet, there was a brick, and even some dirt around the toilet, and the paint on the cabinets was chipping. Ann, however, does serve dinner around seven o'clock, which is nice for an inn. It was a several-course dinner, but some things, like the baked beans were canned, and only water was served.The dessert was delicious, and the breakfast was OK- muffins, bacon, juice, etc.
Overall: With renovations and a good cleaning, the Philbrook Farm Inn could be a great, quaint inn.