I was utterly charmed by the decor, both the photos online and at the B&B when I arrived, but my stay was a huge disappointment. Granted, it was the off season, but there was none of the affability and personality that I tend to associate with B&Bs. The owners were MIA, so only the caretaker and her family were onsite. Breakfast consisted of store-bought, calorie-heavy muffins; the water in the dining room pitcher and electric kettle sat out unchanged; a film of dust covered the downstairs furniture (but not, thankfully, my room), and it felt like a rambling, old, neglected Victorian, which is pretty much what it is. The chain hotels in nearby Queensbury are cheaper, nicer, and provide better customer service.