My husband and I stayed here as a mini honeymoon in June of 2013. They only had the 4th of July room left and it was fine for us. The only bad thing is that it was right by the door where everyone comes in and the windows over look the common area so you don't really want you curtains open. The owners are friendly and very welcoming. They have a huge fire place on the screened in porch that is an old truck bed--it's very nice to sit around it when it's cool and chat with other people. They also usually have marshmellows to roast. Also treats at night. The breakfast area is an old traincar and very unique. I wish we could have enjoyed it more, but unfortunately we were in town for my father-in-laws funeral. I love the chickens that roam around.