For anyone that has stayed at a few B&B's, you know that each one has it's very own personality. Well Case's does not disappoint! The owner, Brenda, was extremely welcoming, friendly and inviting immediately upon arrival. We were greeted with wine and snacks in the kitchen and encouraged to meet the other couple staying for the night. Brenda ushered us into the antique-filled dining area to sit and chat. The old Victorian-style home is filled from top to bottom with tons of antiques, no doubt from the several antique shops she used to own prior to the B&B, so she told us. I had called before arriving to ask for a dinner recommendation since my husband and I were celebrating our anniversary, and Brenda suggested a great little Italian place in a nearby town called Paisano's, which was very nice. Her breakfast was great - two types of quiche, bacon, homemade muffins, carrot cake, juice and coffee, plus homemade applesauce!
While there were many things we liked about this place, we felt overall the inn could use a little TLC. Our room, the Sir Michael Mitchell room, was ornately decorated with a great two person jacuzzi tub. That was definitely the best part. But we noticed several cracks and bubbling paint on the ceiling, the bed squeaked so loudly we were afraid we'd wake our B&B neighbors just by rolling over, and the bathroom had no shower. The sink was oddly placed in the bedroom rather than with the toilet. One window did not have a pull down shade and let in a lot of sunlight in the morning, unfortunately preventing us from sleeping in, which we were so much looking forward to since it was a night away from our two year old! And the windows and walls are very thin, allowing for a lot of traffic noise and very little privacy from the neighboring room (we could hear each other talking, and neither of us were being loud). Despite these issues, I did find the bed to be quite comfortable (however my husband woke up with a backache) and the linens, towels and plush robes were very nice.
If you can get past the areas needing TLC, I think this place is worth a visit. Brenda is very friendly and loves talking to guests, and she will make your stay memorable for sure.