We stayed 2 nights. I booked the most expensive room, #6 because it was the only one available AND I liked the look of the room. Even though some of the TA comments were negative on the hosts I thought the place looked great and we would try it. Well, room #6 was great. It had a large bathroom with a jacuzzi, queen size four poster bed (very comfy), fireplace (didn't work but was explained to us when we arrived), very nice seating area with a couch and chair, TV/DVD, and internet service (we got the service but it was slow. It could have been because of our computer). Two of the walls of the bedroom were the original stone which added to the charm of the room. There were plenty of pillows and an extra blanket. The lighting was great. We had the window open so it did get loud on Saturday morning. Two big trucks drove by. BUT if we had the windows closed it would have been fine. I didn't see a hair dryer. I didn't ask for one but assume you would get one if you asked.
Our disappointment was because of registration process and the lack of feeling like we were guests. Checking in was strange. There is a restaurant that is part of the Inn. If the restaurant is open, then you go in the front door. One of the owners basically said "looks like your checking in since you have luggage. You owe us this much." We don't mind paying our bill but we didn't feel like we were guests at all. We paid the bill and were shown to the breakfast area and our room. We were told to come in the front door during business hours and after hours come in the yellow back door. Well, the back door is by the garbage and empty beer kegs. You walk in to a little storage area and then go up the stairs to your room. To us it is strange that there is no reception area.
The breakfast area and restaurant kitchen are on the second floor. The room was nice. We were told coffee goes on at 7:30 AM (you can turn it on earlier if you want). The ice buckets were in the breakfast area. If you want ice, tell them. Breakfast is served at 8:30. They had coffee, tea, juice, yogurt, hard boiled eggs, pastries, one day there was melon, another day macroons, bananas, sourdough bread and three types of cereal. I didn't see anything get replenished except coffee. The coffee was excellent. They get it from a place in Galena.
Any time we have stayed in a B&B, there was either coffee and cookies available to guests all day OR there was a basket of some type of goodies - water, snacks, cookies, or candy. None of this existed here.
We ate at the restaurant the first night. I liked my burger and fries and herring appetizer. My partner was very disappointed with his burger but did like the fries. We stopped by the second night for a glass of wine at the bar. Debbie got the wine for us but Jeff, behind the bar, didn't greet us or talk to us at all. There was a young blonde man who was either a waiter or a bus boy. He was friendlier to us than the owner.
I guess I was disappointed to pay $205 per night, including taxes (this is the only one at this price, the rest are less expensive) and not feel like we were welcome.