I was intrigued by what I read from other reviewers on TA, so knew I had to see the key collection for myself. The Inn sits off the road, and you have to look carefully for the sign. Down a dirt road, and there sits the almost 100 year old Inn. It has a lot of character, which I expected in something this old. But that's part of the charm. It has its own kind of beauty. The key room is exactly what is says it is-20000 keys hanging on the walls and from the ceiling. Many are framed and have the story of the key written beside it. You could spend hours walking through and reading about their history. Since we didn't have that much time, it was just hit and miss what we found. I do wish there was some type of guide pointing out where certain keys were located-Frankensteins Castle, Westminster Abbey, etc. it won't spoil your vacation if you miss the collection, but it will definitely give you something to talk about afterward. We didn't get to eat at the restaurant, which I heard is vey good.
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