I found the The Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast
I was more than delighted when I arrived at the beautifully restored 1800's farmhouse with outstanding decorative touches throughout the house. It was one of those places that was not artificial at all, and I felt that I could plop down in any chair comfortably.
The steep stairs to the upstairs bedrooms might put frowns on some people's faces, but it was not an issue for me. My room, the Sunflower Room, was everything in a typical old bedroom down to the creaky wide floor boards and slanted ceiling on one side personalizing its character. Nary a ghost was to be found as far as I could sense, though, and it made we wonder more what secrets the original owners were not sharing.
One positive thing about the entire visit was the careful attention to detail by the hosts. From our first contact via phone, Jack Moore asked all the right questions, and even found a perfect place for an anniversary dinner at a nearby restaurant--The Hazelnut Kitchen
Breakfast in the morning was nutritious and boy, did I love the walnut pancakes and Gimme coffee, which incidentally, I had to go out and purchase some bags of beans before leaving the area.
The closest winery, The Americana Vineyards
Would I stay at The Black Walnut myself again? Absolutely, without a doubt. It's already bookmarked for my next visit.