A few small things: there is not enough signage to find the place. We
were frustrated and had to drive around and ask the nearby resort.
Longhouse is down a dead-end road that says "private drive",
"dead end", "no turn around" that sort of thing - it
looks like a private home until you round the bend and see the sign. The
other small detail was the wifi, which was spotty and unreliable. This
was a little tough given we had no service/data (well, it roams to
Canada in that area).
Beautiful setting, delightful hosts, amazing breakfast! The food was
extremely fresh, varied and flavorful... I haven't had such
wonderful breakfasts in a long time. Very intimate - be aware that you
are living side by side with the hosts. We are new to B&Bs and the
ones we have stayed in before were operated more like a separate
business. The hosts are wonderful, though, and we really warmed up to it
after a while.