Midwest Living Review
The million dollar view, acres of whimsical gardens, the hum of the countryside (complete with a moo here and a moo there) and an unpolluted night sky are just some of the reasons this 1870 B&B is a destination hot spot for weddings, anniversaries and other celebratory milestones. Guests can choose from a variety of over-the-top rooms or go for a more adventurous option in the Garden Cottage. This shabby-chic sleeping cabin doesn't come with heat or a private bathroom, but you are nestled among gardens full of romanatically lit fountains and statues. One of the draws and drawbacks of this B&B is its packed-to-the gills decorating style. The cherubs, giant roosters and random farm equipment provide plenty to look at but at times can put you into sensory overload. With that said, your senses will love the food. Whether it's the super-creamy truffles or chocolate-drizzled Granny Smith apples awaiting you in your room, the gourmet French toast breakfast or the on-site three- or five-course dinners, the food will leave you begging for more. One last thing to note--this enchanted destination is not equipped with TV's or internet service. At best, you might get a cell signal.