We stayed two nights last month. There are two options. You can stay in the main Victorian house, or the second building they built which houses 6 separate suites, which are named after famous authors. We were in The Rudyard Kipling suite, which was nice.queen bed with fake jungle animals and nice bathroom. The problem is that the furniture was very uncomfortable.a wooden love seat covered with fake fur was hard to sit on. In addition, no wireless Internet and cell phone reception is nil, so you are cut off from civilization, at least if AT and T is your carrier. Another issue is that Henry, the very nice man who owns the place, has very stric check in times. We were supposed to check in between 3-3:30 and breakfast isn't served until 9 am. If these things don't bother you, then I will say breakfast was very good and grounds and setting of the inn beautiful. One thing we did notice, was that Henry's wife did not appear to be an enthusiastic innkeeper, like he was. My husband went up to the main house to see why breakfast was a littltle late, and when he rang the doorbell, she wouldn't answer. He had to wait for Henry to come up the hill from the out building.
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