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This is a pretty decent place to stay if you are in the area.
Rockville inn is very secluded. By that, I mean make sure you eat dinner before you arrive. Mindemoya town is about 10 minutes away, but dining opportunities there are very rare and you're better off in Little Current, thirty minutes North.
However, if you accept the seclusion (and I recommend you do) it's a very relaxing way to end your day. I ended mine with a finger of whiskey on the porch while the sun went down before retiring inside to watch a movie in front of the roaring fire. Unlike most B&Bs, you're welcome to share the living room, though I did have the place to myself.
Carol, your host, is very accomodating and also cooks an excellent breakfast that will set you up for a days riding.
Hockey fans may be interested in the fact that the Stanley cup was housed there in 2007. Carol will even proudly show you her photo of her horse eating hay out of it.
The rooms are also pretty comfortable and I slept well. Being a horror movie fan, it was made all the more special for opening the door and seeing this:
Overall, I'd have to say I enjoyed my stay and would definitly stay there again