My husband and I stayed here in January 2017. One night was enough for us. We stayed in a large room with a huge stained glass window, ensuite bathroom, small sitting area. The Inn Keeper was kind enough to let us in for our late arrival.
This church-turned-inn is a fascinating bit of history with a bit of whimsy, however, it needs some updating and a deep cleaning. The room was neat, but tired... the bathroom with it's weird jetted tub was not inviting and not really all that clean. The stained glass window was beautiful, but on a rainy day/night the street noise just feet away along with lights beaming through it did not make for a dreamy, restful sleep. We would have liked to learn more about the history of the place, but even the scrapbook(s) scattered around were a bit worn.
Breakfast was simple and plentiful and conversation with the other guests was nice, but I doubt we will return...More