This is an inn I've known about all my life (since the 1960's). It used to be a premier dining destination with an old inn attached. Now it's a pricey hotel with Motel-6-like features attached to a very limited pub-style restaurant. My thought in reserving was to recapture the nostalgia I had from wonderful meals here long ago. Instead the breakfast was the same packaged buffet you see anywhere with no service in sight: cheap breads, grocery store-style fruits, sweet cereals only (not even cornflakes or cheerios), coffee or tea. In the room was a comfortable bed, but one of the 6-foot decorative legs was barely attached, and the cable TV tuner was jammed against the wall above the TV screen itself. I thought I was in somebody's dorm room. The bathroom was very cold, but the temperature in the bedroom was fine. Our room was the corner room on a busy corner, so there was traffic noise. If this had been a typical motel I would not be writing this comment, but for a room that cost around $200 including tax, my goodness, this is way, way overpriced. I forgot to mention that when you enter the main area the heavy doors have no closers on them, so you hear a thundering crash upon entry or exit. Bizarre to think of what this property once was.