The room was beautiful, immaculate, and extremely comfortable. The innkeepers definately work extremely hard to keep the Inn in shape. There was no dust anywhere in our room, the fireplace was top notch, and the bath was whiter than my own. Our bed, while comfortable, was super creeky. That is the only negative thing I can say about the room.
We are at the Brewery for dinner and we were less than impressed. I had the caper salmon pasta dish. The pasta and sauce was delicious. The salmon, however, was undercooked (almost raw), cold, and I could not bring myself to eat it. All three of my travel mates had steak and each of them said their steak was chewy, tasteless, and cold. The rice was super plain as well. The waitress was kind when I showed her the raw salmon and gave us a dessert on the house. The dark chocolate cake was decent, and I should mention the microbrews were all good.
The breakfast was not what I expected from a B&B. It was definately a continental breakfast. The website does state that a continental breakfast is what is served, but I was expected a little more for the high price on the room. There was cereal, toast, coffee cake, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, and bananas. I have stayed at many B&Bs in the price point and usually receive incredible breakfasts, i.e., fench toast, quiche, fritattas, etc.
Finally, the innkeepers were super nice and accommodating. We ran into a lady at a local tavern that told us the innkeepers were not so nice and would scold you if you made any noise after 8:30 p.m. We found nothing like this. The innkeepers were always friendly and they never said a word to us about being quiet.
I gave an average rating because of how beautiful the room was and how nice the keepers were. Everything else was subpar and I do not think we will ever return.