Unfortunately, my wife and I did not have a chance to meet the owner, Lisette, who was out of town, but the ladies who attended to us and the other guests in her stead did a first-class job of making us feel welcome, attending to our needs, and preparing us incredible breakfasts. (Yum!)
The house is a wonderfully restored turn-of-the-twentieth-century home. My wife and I both grew up in homes of this era, and we own one now in Richmond. We're all too aware of how much work it is to restore and maintain a home from that era; to say we're thoroughly impressed may be an understatement.
The location is just outside of town, which made for a quiet stay. Downtown Kilmarnock is walkable from the house, though it's a bit of a stretch (especially in the summer heat and with frequent thunderstorms about, as was the case during our stay). We were using the house as a jumping-off point for exploring the general area, so, to us, the location was perfect.
The room was cozy but perfect for our needs--a small, simple place to get away to for a couple of days without our kids--and the common areas of the house (living room, porch, etc.) were spacious and very comfortable. We spent a pleasant afternoon reading and relaxing on the screened-in porch.
We would definitely stay here again.