My girlfriend and I stayed at Frog Hollow Farm B&B in April. Mitch and Patti were very friendly and accommodating, as well as their dog Gracie who will play fetch in the yard with you or lead you to your room (and jump up in bed, if you let her). In addition to Gracie, there are indoor cats (which we did not see as they were kept in a separate part of the house while guests were there), turtles, and outside are Ben and Jerry the sheep, roosters and hens, and of course, the frogs out at the frog pond. The frog theme is carried throughout the house, but not excessively, which adds to the charm, and we even received a complementary frog (of the plastic variety) when we left. The breakfasts were a definite standout, Mitch cooked two wonderful multi-course breakfasts for us on both mornings of our stay. They are also very accommodating about food preferences (my girlfriend is vegetarian and they were sure to provide a non-meat option each morning) and breakfast schedules. The breakfasts definitely set them apart from other B&B's. The other thing I'll mention is that the house is an old farmhouse, the oldest part of which goes back to the 1700s. Another section is from the 1800s, and the rooms are in a more modern addition, so if you enjoy older buildings, you will enjoy seeing the older common rooms of the house. We stayed in Petie's room, which was a good size for a weekend stay and had an excellent, large private bathroom with a jetted tub and separate walk-in shower. All in all, this is a great place to spend a relaxing weekend in a friendly, rural atmosphere.