Wondering where we were as we ate on pewter outside on a patio overlooking well tended gardens, watching fireflies come out, and seeing cattle grazing across the highway, we enjoyed our first gourmet meal at Jean Bonnet Tavern! With crooked, creaky floors, stonework fireplaces and exterior, exposed beams, push button light switches and old-time door latches and shutters, you can easily imagine yourself back in the 1700's. We spent an overnight in Room 1 and were pleased with the modern bathroom and tiled corner shower. This historic property has been preserved and updated to accommodate modern travelers. We loved having breakfast by candlelight downstairs and the hosts were very nice to give us an early breakfast (7 am). The only down side was that traffic was noisy since it's by 2 major highways.