I appreciate the review, but it was inaccurate. Everything in the unit is brand new, the sheets, the comforters, the towels. The bathroom has a beautiful antique claw foot tub as well as shower. I don't know about the moth, but it is summer. The room was made up, impeccably clean (check the other reviews on how clean it is), just a couple of hours prior to Sissy's arrival. Everything is antique, but lovely, since we have tried very hard to keep the historic character of what was a 40 room hotel built in 1908 when Livingston was the original rail gateway to the first National Park in the world, Yellowstone and has been completely restored. In its hayday, John D. Rockefeller stayed here. It was the nicest hotel in Livingston. The rooms have amenities you don't find now: Bird's Eye Maple floors and 13 foot ceilings. She may have thought the Grabow was contemporary, but I think we made it clear when we wrote our description of the place. Equivalent rooms in the only other hotel in downtown Livingston run for $250.00 per night for the equivalent space .