At some bed and breakfasts, you always seem to be reminded that you're staying at someone else's home. No so here. In fact, we rarely saw the owners, but the place ran like clockwork. Lots of great food at breakfast that satisfied everyone in our three-family party from kids to senior citizens. We loved the fresh fruit offerings every morning, and we got as much coffee as we could handle. The house, built in 1914, is a wonder to look at and is stuffed with lots of interesting antiques. People who are into classic Chevrolets are going to find a lot to look at as well. On the grounds outside, there are older buildings to roam around (not in) - a summer kitchen and a farmhouse, both from the 1850s. In our three-day stay, we met the owners, the Zeimers, only once, and they were friendly and willing to address any concern. The three rooms offered are large and comfortable, with private bathrooms that are well stocked with anything you might need. We hated leaving at the end of our three-night stay.