We spent one spring weeknight at the Kent Manor Inn on the recommendation of the business we were visiting nearby. We requested the least expensive room. For a B &B of this vintage I expected a tiny room tucked up under the eaves. Our room was on the third floor, note there is no elevator, but was spacious enough for two comfortable chairs and a king bed. The bathroom was modern and beautiful with a wonderful shower. It was tucked down a few steps from the bedroom, but the stairs were well lit and very safe.
Breakfast was much more than the advertised “continental” with waffles and bacon as well as pastries, fresh fruit and cereals.
For light sleepers I do recommend the third floor because the old wooden floors DO creak.
We will happily stay here again.