The hostess and host were gracious but I didn't like them very much. I was told I could purchase an "upgrade" in my room, and have a "king sized bed". But the bed was not king sized, it was a "full" which isn't something that could be a mistake. It was hard for two grown people to be totally comfortable in a full after sleeping regularly in a queen or king. So, I was lied to. We also had a bottle of expensive wine that we brought with us, and when we arrived after a lot of traveling (from California) we thought we'd share it on the porch. There was nobody on the porch or at the hotel and our hostess came running out to let us know that the "liquor licensing" people wouldn't approve. So we put our bottle away, bought a bottle from our hostess - and then it was okay to have a glass of wine on the front porch. We were in the middle of nowhere, the liquor licensing people were definitely not knocking down anyone's doors to arrest us. It felt cheap. The location of the hotel is God's paradise and for that reason -- it should not be missed. It was just stunning and I could have sat all day on the deck and watched the colors change on the water. It's right next to Reid State Park, an amazingly solitary and gorgeous place. Would I go back? Not to a full sized bed.