The owners of this inn provide something much needed for the families of patients at OHSU. They give you a clean, cozy, home-like atmosphere with comfortable beds...and they cook for you and ask you about why you are there. They deal with many family members facing crises with their loved ones' health - guests who feel sad, worried, nervous, afraid...and they care for them and comfort them. The soundproofing isn't the best, but it is built as a house - not a hotel...and most people who stay there are so exhausted from their time at the hospital that they sleep very well anyway on their beds filled with big pillows and fluffy comforters. This is more than an inn, it fills a need for comfort and support over breakfast in times of sadness and fear...yet it is still peaceful and private the rest of the day. My only wish was that the room was priced lower so I could have stayed longer...There should be places like this all over the country within walking distance of hospitals for the families of the patients there. Thank you for having this inn and providing the comfort that you do to those in need. I will remember it always.