We loved our stay over Fourth of July. Inn is adorably cute with it's ducks, gazebo and water area. Love the perennial plantings that showcased themselves during our visit. Made the Inn quite charming.
Rooms were spacious and nicely appointed. Room seems recently renovated and is quite modern, while the outside appearances are a bit older, but in a good old inn way!
Short walk up the hill to the Main Street area which is loaded with cute shops and eats.
Breakfast was the only lackluster thing. But for how affordable the inn was, we ended up eating at Village Cafe which is quaint, adorable and amazingly delicious and fresh!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking