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A wise choice, clean comfortable bedrooms , home made meals and topped of with the personal touch of the owners made this a great choice. An excellent halfway stop with great food and excellent service. Friendly and helpful hosts. Nice, cozy bar, with a cozy dining room for dinner and breakfast. Very comfortable rooms.
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