Since booking a bed and breakfast is a bit of a trust experience, this one turned out to be worth the investment.
The directions leave one a little unsure about the route but it turns out so happily that this is most likely quickly forgotten, as I did.
The house is a unique family treasure and if there had been a brief history for the guest to take away that would have added to the sense of being let in on the lore of the place.
If you like antiques and the modern superbly blended,(wi fi a thankful thing for my daughter who had her own lap top and the real antiques for my taste in place of the usual over done victorian thing in most bed and breakfasts that give me a toothache) you too will like your stay here.
Boo to the dead animals stuffed and displayed. I think I can safely say that most people who come to a bed and breakfast are looking to see and appreciate live animals in their environment and not dead animals in ours.
Breakfast was great fun but the information about our vegetarian request was lost between the booking and the serving. Gave me concern only because my husband has a severe allergy that was also discussed with the person who took the booking. I have now learned to cover that ground at the booking and immediately upon arrival just in case.
Our family loved the place and enjoyed our stay.