This rambling old home is lovely. Ask Phyllis to give you the tour and ask her about the home's history, the secret liquor cubbies and the moveable walls.
Each room is unique and I think they all have attached bathrooms. The plumbing and fixtures are old - this isn't a newly renovated commercial hotel - but it's a really charming place to stay so just overlook the water pressure n the showers!
Breakfast is terrific and if you have a large party like we did, Phyllis will serve it to accommodate your schedule. She even got up at 4AM to put coffee on for us to fortify us for our sunrise photography shoot. Phyllis will also accommodate food allergies. Just ask her ahead of time.
I highly recommend that you stay here.