We stayed in the Rose Room, and although nice, it was so small. We had been on a road trip so with two people both with luggage, we were pretty much tripping over each other. I peeked in a couple of other rooms that were open before checkin, and they are larger, so from now on, I know to ask about room size before booking. Other than that, it's a great place! The ladies are just lovely and it's very cozy. And the food - IS AMAZING. We had breakfast both mornings on the patio...perfect, quaint setting. The food is fresh and made from scratch - just delicious. My other favorite part is the cakes that they have out all afternoon and night. The chocolate cake is just to die for, and they had other delicious treats as well. Dangerous!
My husband and I booked two nights here recently based off the glowing recommendations of friends, and we greatly enjoyed our stay! We packaged it with a one-day wine tour. Our room (Partridge Room) was cozy and clean (we'd recommend it - the room + bathroom were both good sizes); breakfast was lovely and well-proportioned - we looked forward to seeing what was new each day; fresh homemade cookies and cake were available throughout the day; they also had an afternoon tea and happy hour that we weren't around for to partake. The innkeepers were extremely friendly and helpful, especially Vicky who welcomed us and gave us advice re restaurants to visit in SB (downtown is very close) - they have a basket full of menus from recommended restaurants.
We absolutely can't say enough good things about this place. All the food is made from scratch. The breakfast alone is a wonderful experience. The rooms were clean, quiet, and charmingly decorated. The staff are kind and charging. This will be our new favorite spot.
From 2013: Different room (that had more room), and same great service. Very welcoming staff, give Marti some extra point here, and just accommodating over all. Just really good service, which is much of what you pay for at a B&B. Our room was always well taken care of and clean inside, breakfasts were always good and well portioned. We plan to stay again. From 2008: All in all, well worth the price and very glad we stayed. The location is a short/med walk to the main street of town, depending on your ability. The rooms were great (rose room), but small...but then this type of Victorian style usually are. Roomy just the same, and ours had a two person (we made it so) jac. tube. There was a good assortment of late afternoon snacks with just a house type wine (good, but don't get excited). Breakfast was very good, and very filling. You can sit inside, or there is a nice patio outside, which we used for a mid day snack with cheese and crackers we bought in town. When we were there, they kept an assortment of menus in the area for you to look at, buy many had gone out of business - when we did walk around town, it seems a number of restaurants had changed recently. Service was friendly and helpful.
Home cooked breakfast and afternoon tea treats baked with love. Wonderful hosts. Can't recommended highly enough.