"We almost stayed in a cookie cutter hotel, but booked a night in this charming bed and breakfast instead. It was just a quick overnight stay for business, but I wish we could have stayed longer! The best parts of staying on this property were the amazing woodwork in this 1907 house and the warm, friendly innkeeper. After a quick tour and a quick tutorial on door locks, we were left on our own in complete privacy and solitude to explore the lovely mansion and enjoy our room. Afternoon tea with shortbread cookies and zucchini bread were thoughtfully left out for us. Husband deemed the zucchini bread "great." If our stay would have been longer, I would have enjoyed playing Scrabble in the library, riding our bikes around the fascinating neighborhood, and exploring the quaint little town. Steve, the innkeeper, asked us the night before what time we wanted to have breakfast and made us a delicious hot breakfast of eggs, sausage, biscuit, potatoes, coffee, and juice. We stayed in the large room with the whirlpool for two. I found the entire property very clean, and I am very picky about hotel rooms being hygienic. We would recommend this bed and breakfast for its comfortable atmosphere and clean room."