I would like to have seen a small fridge in the room. We had to go out and buy a dish pan and a bag of ice so we could keep our liquid refreshments cold. There was only a small circular table topped with a pretty cloth and a circular piece of glass and two drinking glasses in the large bathroom. This didn't provide much room on which to put a shaving kit and cosmetic bag, etc. What's with the postage sized TV's in this day of big-screen units? The advertised desk was only a board that slid out from the old-fashioned dresser. A fan was advertised,(no where in sigh)t but there was an air conditioner.There was only one face cloth each and after using one while showering the night before I would like to have had a second cloth to wipe my face in the morning.
The room was adequate in size with a queen poster bed, a sofa and chair, an old-fashioned free standing closet unit with an attached set of drawers and mirror above and a tin bowl for gratuities.
I enjoyed the ambiance of the old furniture, it gave the room a bit of character. The window was very large, floor to ceiling, providing a beautiful view and there was a private deck surrounded by beautiful flowers and two Adirondack chairs. The included breakfast was lovely consisting of cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt, fresh orange juice and eggs Benedict, yummy and endless cups of coffee or tea. The service was very friendly and you were made to feel right at home in the dining room in which the patrons all sat at one of two large tables. A great way to meet folks during your travels.