I have stayed here several times and absolutely love it for the quiet, peaceful atmosphere of the whole facility and grounds. There are no televisions on the premises and no phones in the rooms. The inn was built by a Mennonite family and they have their photo albums of the construction to show the progress of the building process. One of the siblings lives on site with his family and they are the primary inn keepers. They are open, loving, and warm hosts. Willing to talk to you if you want or leave you alone. The nature around the inn is just gorgeous. Horses grazing on nearby hills, you can hear cows mooing off in the distance, birds in abundance, squirrels, chipmunks. A huge porch with rockers and loveseats invite you to sit out anytime. Swings and other chairs abound on the grounds, and a cute gazebo is also available to sit and enjoy the scenery. The best thing going is the five course breakfast included in the price. Yes, five courses. It is awesome. You won't have to eat for the rest of the day. Truly, a clean, nice, all around beautiful place to stay.