We have stayed at The Inn at Dresden five times going back nine years. Our favorite room is City Lights (although there is not much of a city left and, truth be told, not many lights). But, the room is all windows, has a fabulous wrap-around deck, a two-person jetted tub, and since there are basically no restaurants in town, you need to give yourself a treat and let Innkeeper Burke prepare a fabulous gourmet dinner for your enjoyment.
Unless you have a desire to visit the world's largest basket in town, take a book, chill out, and just relax with someone special. This is a great downtime place. They also have two 4500 square foot decks outside. You can go hide out there if you so choose.
I highly recommend getting the pecan-crusted salmon for dinner--a generous portion served on a bed of wild rice. The dinner also included a good-sized salad, garlic bread with fresh minced garlic mixed in, perfectly cooked carrots, and some pretty wonderful cheesecake. The price: $20. You cannot beat that price for what you get.
You, of course, get a gourmet breakfast out on their beautiful sun porch.
Again, if you're looking for a place to just relax with no agenda, you will probably enjoy your stay here.
Bonus if you stay in City Lights--a fabulous view of the sun rising in the morning.
Did I say, GET THE SALMON? Yes, I think I did.
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