The property is charming as a turn of the century property. The location was great for my wife since the town center is right there and all the shops are right across the street. The rooms have a comfortable bed, and the internet was fine, but there is that awkwardness when old wallpaper, brass fixtures, small bathroom, and antique furniture meet today's business needs of a usable desk and quiet room. It was visually nice from an antique perspective, but, as expected, little things make it less than perfect, such as a plastic shower curtain that you'd find in your kid's bathroom, an a/c-heater that clunks and vibrates all night, poor lighting, and a neat-looking antique desk that unfortunately folded down 120 degrees, so it was unusable for its broken hinges.
The valet, reception, and wait staff was kind and cordial, but the included breakfast was unimpressive. There is a full-service restaurant and bar on site that offered a good menu, but based on breakfast, we chose to walk across the street and eat elsewhere.
Note that there is an extra daily resort fee beyond what you have already paid on Expedia which was disappointing since this is no resort. Beyond a standard hotel with a restaurant, piano, fitness, and maybe a meeting room somewhere, I don't know why there should have been a fee and apparently I missed that on Expedia. Parking is also valet, paid-parking is required right on the street, otherwise it is hard to find.