My first stay at the Blue Heron was out of sheer desperation in December 2011. I had failed to make reservations for us to attend our daughters graduation. My previous experience with "bed and breakfast" had left me with much to be desired. What a wonderful mistake! David and Claudia are more than innkeepers. I felt like I was home-- in one incredibly beautiful home. I was made to feel so comfortable that I felt a "necessity" to walk around without my shoes. I knew I would be coming back to the area in a few weeks and I KNEW where I was going to stay. My second trip was in April 1012 and this time we brought the extended family-- Mom and Dad, Sisters, and even Grampa and Grandma. (My dad loved the place so much, he spent one day just enjoying the hospitality of our hosts and the beauty of the Inn and the surroundings and, of course, there was breakfast.
If you find yourself in this neck of the woods (literally) do yourself a favor and make your visit perfect by staying at the Blue Heron. You will never regret it! Doug SmithMore