This was a real mixed bag. The tours of the museum, the bronze works, and the visit with the artist, were great. The accomodations were not so great. We were led to believe that these were luxury accomodations. Our room was stuffy because the windows were painted shut, even though we were told that we could open them when we were shown the room. The shower was too scary to use and the sofa smelled really bad. Our room was dark and drab, not designed with comfort in mind. There was no place to put your items in the bathroom. It would have been nice to have a shelf or table so that you didn't have to try to balance things on the rim of the ancient sink.
The whole place was rather spooky and sad. Tacky electric fireplace greeted you when you came in the front door of the B&B. It would have been better to have nothing that that sad looking replica. The breakfast was good and served on the enclosed sunporch which was very bright and cheery. There were peacock and goose droppings everywhere. The baths were not very clean, and certainly, weren't hot enough. The tub we were in felt slimy when we got in. There was no place to get water or ice and there were two paper cups in our room. It would have been nice to have some water available for drinking, as the tap water didn't taste too good.
There was a tour of the place and one room was the operating room or surgery. It didn't bother me, but weirded out my companions. The price was way too much for the accomodations but I do recommend the tours.
People were very nice and the visit with David (the bronze sculptor) was a real treat. This place has a lot of potential and I hope it can improved.