We stayed here for two nights in June. The price was £55 a night for a double room which was good compared to others we looked at, and considering it was a weekend. The location is pretty good if you don't mind a bit of a walk to the sea, and there is free parking in the residential streets in the vicinity. The B&B is very well kept, clean and tidy, and charming with original Victorian features. Our room was a good size, although the en suite bathroom was small. It was quite difficult to get out of the shower with the bathroom door closed. The shower itself was a bit unreliable, at one point the water stopped completely before coming back freezing cold. However, the bathroom was very clean and looked to be recently decorated. The bed wasn't the most comfortable, and there was only one pillow per person. There was also a great deal of noise coming from drunk people shouting outside, and most people in our party didn't sleep very well because of this. It might be worth noting that this is a noisy area on weekend nights.
Breakfast was not bad, a good sized full english, although some of the items were lower quality than we would have liked and the selection of drinks was somewhat limited. The noticeboard in the breakfast room stated there was apple juice but when I asked for some I was told they didn't have any.
The customer service left a little to be desired. The people running the B&B were polite enough but the atmosphere was on the whole quite negative. I wouldn't want to be seen as attacking anyone personally, but at some points during the stay I did feel a little as though I was back at school.
On the whole, not bad but not perfect.