I don't know how this place gets off calling itself a bed and breakfast. It is nicely siutated in a very rural hilly area. They mention that they have acres and acres, but there are no hiking trails, so you are confined to one acre. There is a very pretty colonial house, but you are not allowed in there, because the owner is hiding from the guests there. We stayed in the "converted" barn - the walls are still plywood, my husband kept hitting his head on the low beams, and the rooms were not clean. As for Serenity - the place is also a Labrador Puppy breeding farm, and the dogs do like to bark at night. And then there was the "country breakfast" which consisted of an assortment of pre-packaged and boxed machine food. My daughters enjoyed the computer access, which allowed them network access to the owners extensive collection of gay pornography. Thank goodness this place is so far off the beaten track, which makes it easier to avoid.