Of all the B&Bs we stayed at in Ireland (both North and South), this one was at the bottom end of our list. The building and room were clean, save for the bathroom, which was fairly clean but not as spotless as we had seen in other establishments. The quality of the fixtures was on the low end of the scale. Also, the showerhead holder was broken and there was no shelf for shampoo or soap, so that made showering a little more difficult. In addition, the toilet paper holder was falling off of the wall.
The other minuses were the walk to the downtown core (a little long, made to feel longer because the area the B&B is in a little on the drab side), and the breakfast wasn't as good as in any other B&Bs we'd stayed in. The scrambled eggs were watery and the orange "juice" appeared to be an orange drink. Also, the ambience and lighting made it feel more like a hotel than a homey B&B. It would also be nice if there were TVs in the rooms instead of having just one common TV room.
On the plus side, the room was affordable (compared to the general cost of things in Northern Ireland), and the proprietress was very friendly. Also, the room, which was at the back of the house, was very quiet at night.