This quaint 1895 B & B is competitively priced with the big box motels. If you like interstate highway noise, people banging doors all hours of the night, and grumpy staff, this place is NOT for you.
What a delightful find...the rooms are furnished in exquisite Victorian high class antiques; nothing cheap or bland in this house...no detail overlooked. From the highly functional kitchen, which the owners trustingly allow you to fix your own coffee, to the sitting room, dining room and wavy glass windows, you will truly feel you have been transported back to the time when horses, steam trains and ferries provided transportation.
If you are looking for TV, Internet and glitzy shops across the street, remember this B & B takes you out of the present age and back two centuries. Remember to allow time before retiring to savor the mouth watering chocolates discreetly placed by your pillows. The "private" bath in our room, named the Dogwood, was a tiny half bath. Praise the Lord a chamber pot under the bed was not necessary.
The elegant breakfast served family style in the late 19th century dining room was home cooked and spot on time, complete with coffee, tea, juice, delicious scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, fresh fruit, biscuits and home baked pastries. The mix of guests from Indiana, Toronto and Phoenix was perfect. The hosts were friendly, delightful, and informative. We can't wait to stop again.