Total bust. No one was there when we arrived. It was a cold, rainy day yet the doors were open downstairs so it was very cold in the room. We got the room with the fireplace, but there was no wood to make a fire to warm up the room. Apparently they expect guests to request firewood beforehand, though that was not mentioned on the website.
After a couple minutes we noticed our socks had soaked through; the carpet in our room had just been cleaned and they were still very wet. We had to wear shoes in our room for the remainder of our stay. The smell from the carpet cleaner was so overpowering my wife and I were lightheaded and had trouble sleeping (yet it was cold out making it uncomfortable to leave the window open to air the room). I ended up sleeping on a bench under the window in my jacket to have access to fresh air.
Breakfast was passable (though my wife's english muffin was not toasted) but we had such a rough night we could hardly stomach eating. We absolutely declined to stay the second night, despite the owner (who was out of town, and is not the inn keeper) charging us a cancellation fee. We drove back home that morning; so much for our romantic weekend getaway.