The Inn is out of the way and not something you'd be likely to happen upon otherwise but still easy access once you know where it is. The grounds are impressive as you drive down a long treed lane way to a a 1920's lodge style building where we had dinner. The service was attentive although we did feel we were being rushed a little. The food was good although not exceptional. The real fun was afterwards where we enjoyed listening to an excellent fiddler in the living room which felt like being in someone's home in a private gathering. We would certainly recommend the whole experience as a good night out when you are in the area.
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