e stayed in the First Lady’s Suite. In my opinion this room was not a suite. It was a room with what used to be a closet that connected to the bathroom. It could be lovely but what it needed was to have a thorough cleaning done. It looked ok on a first look but a closer look revealed settled dust on everything from the chandelier, to the shelves and dresser tops, to the carpet. Turns out the owner’s wife died 6 years ago. To me, that explains why the rooms needed a thorough cleaning and a little updating. The linens, both the bed and bath, were clean. In the closet area was a small fridge stocked with beverages and snack and coffee pot. Jim’s fees are a little unusual. Upon arrival he tells you that you’ve paid “a discounted fee.” That fee includes a continental breakfast. If you wish a hot breakfast you need to pay an extra $5 per person. We thought this a bit strange but we paid the $10 for the two of us and it was well worth it! Jim turned out to be a great cook. The fruit cup with granola and yogurt was served in pedestal glasses. Scrambled eggs, a baked French toast, sausage and diced fried potatoes garnished with an orange slice and strawberry half followed. All was nicely presented and delicious and very gourmet. Jim was pleasant and helpful. The website boasts “luxury suites’” “luxury rooms,” and “luxurious spaces.” I think that is a bit misleading. They are nice but not worthy of the word luxury.