This is an inn on a main road in Bethlehem. A few miles from the town proper where there seems to be some nightlife, a good brewery and some shops. The inn is dated, but there is charm to that. My daughter and I slept in twin beds. We wished we brought our own pillows. The walls are thin and we heard our neighbors laughing into the night. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast was to order and though basic was a nice plus. Overall this was a little better than ok, rustic. I give it a B based on the people who were really kind.