This bed and breakfast offered a piece of serenity and calm in this tiny town. There is so much history in this small mansion, and the lady of the house, Marlene, was so knowledgable and obviously loved her occupation here. The room was clean and beautiful and everything was just as we'd asked. It was all very charming. They are big into essential oils and natural remedies. Very relaxing. They provided a small collection of DVDs, VHS, CDs, and a huge collection of books in the shared sitting room.
The breakfast was scrumptious and she asked if we'd like more and if we had any dietary restrictions which was appreciated. Please go experience!!!More