This 1820's cottage, the home of General and Mary Chestnut during the Civil War, is charming. The five bedrooms are themed and tastefully decorated. The bed was extremely comfortable. The bathroom appeared to have had some updating but was really in need of more renovation. There is a pleasant garden at the back of the cottage with garden furniture and garden swing. There is also ample parking behind the cottage. The owners are very friendly, recount tales of the Chestnuts and are happy to give you a tour of the cottage. Breakfast, orange juice and Greek yogurt with fresh fruit, followed by eggs, ham and French toast was delicious; coffee extremely good and apparently limitless. This little cottage is a very interesting place to stay.