Average stay, nothing very spectacular about it, kinda disappointing. We were asked about a time for breakfast, but not if there were any special dietary needs. Such as diabetic, or any allergies. This may be something they should consider.
The hygiene items in the bathroom are very out dated and generic brand. Men do not want to smell of old flowers. Suggest a Nutrigina brand or some other popular bathroom soaps. People stay in a B&B to get away from the lack of care and concern from the Hotel chains and to celebrate a special occasion. We would not recommend a stay here if these issues are not addressed. The town was interesting, we learned a little known fact about this town... it is the hometown of Utah's first Olympian, Alma Richards. That was neat.