I stayed here with my boyfriend in December to visit the christmas markets. The house is one of those lovely 4 storey houses overlooking the city. It is a short walk from the town centre (quite a hilly walk).
I wouldn't say that this is strictly speaking a "B&B" in the way that I would normally imagine one. The two available rooms are on the top floor and the rest of the house feels as if it is a family home. Whilst this does have some advantages, we did feel a little intrusive during our stay. It is quite close to feeling as if you are staying at some distant relative's house and having to be socially aware at all times.
Having said this the room we had was very nice with a very comfortable double bed and tea and coffee making facilities. Whilst there was a tv we were reluctant to use it as we were concerned about disturbing the next room.
The shared bathroom was absolutely fine-we didn't find ourselves waiting for it (albeit we woke up early to try and make sure that this didn't happen) However, I would say that the bshower curtain had seen its day.
Breakfast was very nice-the fruit compote seems to be a must have and the views while sitting having breakfast were lovely. Celia was very nice and helped us with directions etc when we enquired.
A big advantage with this B&B is that they are happy to allow just 1 night stays at weekends-something we struggled to find when booking our break. However, be aware that parking may prove difficult-we were very lucky to find a space but it is a very busy residential area of the city.