This place is old and the furnishings are old. Now that we have that out of the way, The rest of the experience is outstanding.
The inn will be 100 this year and has such a rich history. The service is southern charm with a little bit of attitude thrown in for fun.
Spend some time outside on the porch. Give the cat a rub when he walks by. His name is Marmaduke, or you can just call him "Duke".
Try your hand chipping in the house. There is a board in front of the fireplace with a hole in it. The house provides a chipping iron and balls. Bet you can't do this at your home.
Will be back there in three weeks and again in May. I can't wait. I wouldn't dream of staying anywhere else.More