I stayed at The Grand Guesthouse in a single en-suite room for 3 nights while attending a conference in Broken Hill. The accommodation has been converted from a former hotel and is upstairs in a very central location in the Broken Hill CBD. I describe The Grant Guesthouse as "quirky" because there are lots of period antiques placed around the hallways. The room I stayed in was an older style with solid furniture and the bathroom in particular looked like it was from the 1960s. The single bed was comfortable, although the bar fridge in the room was somewhat noisy. The Grand Guesthouse offers free wifi, which I always think is a plus, and the signal was quite strong. One annoying issue with the bathroom was that it took a long time for the hot water in the shower to run (about 3 to 4 minutes).
The tariff included a make your own continental breakfast of cereal, toast and juice, with a range of 4 cereals. The breakfast room is the former hotel dining room on the corner and as well as looking out over the street also featured some interesting period photos on the walls. Home made cake in the dining room fridge is also advertised as being available but I only found this on one afternoon. There is also a guest lounge with comfortable chairs, a range of DVDs and some interesting books on the history of Broken Hill.
The tariff I was charged was $110 /night which I think was very good value. The Grand Guesthouse is probably not for everyone, but I was quite happy with my stay and would be very happy to return.