Enjoyable stay will be back. While the Inn is around 200 years old it was a nice mix of old world charm and modern touches that blended well. We stayed in one of the King rooms with a Jacuzzi tub. The bed was extremely comfortable with a ton of pillows (which is a must for me). The room was immaculate with nice amenities such as soft terrycloth bathrobes, fluffy towels, an iphone dock/clock, flat screen TV, good wifi, and gas fireplace. The in-room Jacuzzi tub was very large, had strong jets, and filled up fast. The wall paper and old world décor was inviting and comfortable. The amenities at the inn made for an enjoyable weekend. A charming old bar/lounge room with comfortable seating, old photos showing the inns 200 year old history, and they had a large selection of standard and specialty spirits behind an open bar, and the owner was happy to make any drink we wanted. Selections of books to read all around the inn. We had fun in the cellar bar/lounge playing pool and darts. The somewhat floral décored lounge and the rocking chairs on the front porch were great places to read and watch the birds at the bird feeders. The hotel has a soothing, large about 6-8 person indoor hot tub/Jacuzzi (you get to it from outside the rooms though). I did not get to use the outdoor pool (not yet open in April) or the tennis court, volleyball, or canoe/row boats for the lake, but they looked nice. The front desk/dining room staff were extremely friendly and made breakfasts of some of the best blueberry waffles with maple syrup I have ever had along with delicious eggs and bacon. It was close to places to eat and things to do in the area and I liked that there was a small store a very short walk across the road. Best Maple Creeme shop and Singleton’s store (both a must) are a short drive.