Recent renovations to this historic building made it a nice place to spend time.
There's a great wrap around porch where you can hang out with the other guests at the end of the day or go to the Great Room if you want an indoor location to relax, watch TV, or use the computer. When it's time to get some sleep our room was comfortable, clean and well done. And even though bathroom access was from the hall you can lock the door and not have to share it. The "help yourself" breakfast was a good way to start a new day with cereal, fruit, muffins, toast, and most important, plenty of coffee. My wife and I agree that stopping at the Sterling Inn was a good choice even though we didn't have a reservation there. They even offered us a better room, at a better price, when someone who had already reserved it canceled at the last minute. Service doesn't get much better than that!More