This place is great. We loved the house and its history in every way. Rebecca is awesome and was a great host, she even have us a solid 90 minute tour and history of the house. Breakfast was INSANELY good! The only bad thing was the WiFi being down (but that was AT&T's fault) and the mattress, it was really really soft so I didn't sleep all that well.
We got there just before closing time and it was pretty empty, but they still took great care of us. My fiance and I shared pairing #3, which was a NY strip, 2 port shanks, and salmon, for $49. All three were excellent.
The music was great, but the food was just OK. For the price I expected more. The sirloin didn't have much flavor, and was closer to medium well than medium rare. The shrimp was also a little bland. The sautéed mushrooms were excellent though