Staying at the villa is like something you would never have experienced before. The villa itself is expansive and overwhelming with antiques and unique artwork. Our Stromboli suite was spacious with an outstanding view of the Columbia River. The hosts were friendly but seem as though perhaps they are burned out running a B n B and in fact the property is currently for sale. Our breakfast was less than impressive. I had sent an email saying I am vegetarian so I was surprised to be served a sausage patty with my blueberry pancakes. Coffee was OK but when my sister came down to get some at 8:30 a.m. there was no cream. We weren’t served fruit of any kind with breakfast and we got the impression our hosts were busy with other priorities. One favorite part of our stay was visiting with the 94 year old mother of our hostess who was engaging, well traveled and sharp as can be. It was my first experience with a B n B and despite the elegance of the Villa at Little Cape Horn, I think I prefer hotels.