This historical landmark is not just a hotel, it is run by the non profit museum and art gallery that is also housed on property. The entire place is well cared for and the staff is friendly. Rooms are uniquely furnished with antiques that donors provided, but still have modern added amenities including plugs with usb ports, a white noise machine, although it was very quiet without it, and a phone that while looking antique was fully functional. They provided soap, shampoo, conditioner and lotion, but they are in dispensers, which is becoming the norm in a lot of west coast places. There is also a blow dryer in the room. The restaurant serves great breakfasts and is very popular with the locals. The hotel is said to be haunted, and every once in awhile we would get a whiff of cigar smoke in our room, even our friend noticed, but at the same time that never triggered my severe asthma, which is unusual. We were in room 211, which is next to 209 and later we found out 209 is considered to be the most haunted. Super cool little place and in walking distance to everything in the historic downtown area. If you like small, unique, but still super clean and inviting hotels you will love this place. If you want ultramodern with a pool and hot tub then this probably is not the place for you.