Guests may choose from three unique bedrooms, each with a cozy, romantic turn of the century feel. All rooms have queen beds with down comforters and pillows, which makes for a wonderful night’s rest. Each guest room has a beautifully updated private bathroom with lush bathrobes and towels, in-room air conditioning, and Wi-Fi.
- Air Conditioning
- Internet Access
We stayed in the Sarah Jane room upstairs, which has a step-in shower and a "fainting sofa," comfortable for reading. The inn is beautifully decorated throughout, and the bedroom has nice linens, a guest robe, and good bedside lights and tables. The innkeeper provided mixed nuts and port for pre- or after-dinner relaxing in the living room. Breakfasts are a special treat, served at an agreed upon time, with candlelight and classical music. The first morning there was juice and homemade yogurt, granola, and molasses bread. The second morning we were served an extraordinary egg souffle with fruit and herbs from the garden plus a homemade English muffin. The innkeeper is a retired symphony violinist and a charming conversationalist. Highly recommended.
Not as other reviews presented
I was very disappointed overall. The house is full of nice antiques and the library area was very nice. Comfortable bed....however--no grab bar for claw foot bathtub and way too high for a short person to take either a bath or shower. Tiny little sink in bathroom. General maintenance needed on porch, walkways, etc. Many trip hazards and overgrown greenery. No longer looks like the picture on the postcard. The breakfast was not as advertised. No hot breakfast at all as it says on the website--fruit, yogurt and homemade granola. We were told a specific time to be there rather than the open 8:30-9:30 that it said on the website. No reason for this as there was not much to the breakfast at all. Frankly, it did not at all live up to the other reviews I read on several sites. Frankly, our stay should have cost around $80 for what we got. Instead, it was $179. Way overpriced. I cannot recommend to others.
We were biking through Oregon and stayed one night. Nancy was welcoming when we arrived and put our bikes into the garage. She offered homemade cookies and port upon arrival. It is in walking distance from the town. Breakfast was homemade granola and English muffins (also homemade). Coffee is delivered to your door in the morning.
Charming and Relaxing
This BnB is a gem. The house is a historic novelty that has been decorated and furnished in just the right way. It's a in beautiful, quiet town with lots to see and do. Our host was lots of fun to talk to and really inviting, treating us with a tour of the property, delicious breakfasts, and lots of tasty snacks. We enjoyed our time here and hope to go back.
Great experience for first time B&B
The Edward Adams House B&B was delightful. Our hostess, Nancy, had fresh chocolate chip macaroons, fruit, nuts and port to welcome us. She was working in her spectacular garden when we arrived. She took the time to give us a full tour of her historic house and made suggestions for our sight-seeing pleasure. It was nice to wake up to coffee and tea outside our door and the breakfasts were delicious especially the Belgian waffles with raspberries.