Sounds like a tongue in cheek review but it's true
Posted Jul 27, 2012
I hate to disparage people who seem to be trying but the proprietors of this
B&B are inept and a bit odd at best -- scary at worst. A half hour before arriving at the inn, we were stopped by the local police. A brake light was out but I think curiosity about the out-of-state plates was his main concern. He warned me away from this inn saying he wouldn't have his family stay there. Hmmm? As the skies darkened and we drove the winding roads of McDowell County searching for signs, I become increasingly unnerved. Made it there and survived the night. Awoke to no breakfast, no coffee, and no sign that the proprietors were still on this side of the living or the law. I threw the room keys on the table and left fast. Later, got a message on our home phone apologizing but their excuse made no sense--power outage in their part of the inn. I'm pretty tolerant and pretty well-travelled. This inn is overpriced and suitable only for visitors researching characters for a twilight-zone type short story.