The house is set on a small lake and the rooms are spacious and clean, with stunning views. It's best to have a car so you can get downtown, but you likely need one anyway to get to other Juneau sites (including trails), so that is not an issue. The bed was large and about the most comfortable one I have had in a B & B/hotel. Honey Bee is charming and interesting (Dale was not around) and the caretakers were gracious and friendly. It's in a residential neighborhood, so very quiet; and they have kayaks and a canoe guests can use on the lake - I was sorry we were not there long enough to do that.
Three minor complaints. First, though the rooms have a fridge and cupboards, there are no dishes or glasses or corkscrew, etc., so bringing in one's own supplies (e.g., wine, breakfast for early departure) requires that one bring in the tools one needs as well. Second, the beds need reading lamps; the current lighting is overhead only. And third, the night we stayed there, one of the other guests had a small party on the deck, which included friends who were not guests. The caretaker shut the party down at 9, but that is the semi-official start of "quiet time" posted on the web site rules, and I was disappointed as I felt I could not use the hot tub or the deck. I've never stayed at a B & B that allowed guests to throw a party - even a somewhat quiet one - and would hope that Dale and Honey Bee would impose a "guests only" rule on the use of the facilities.
Do ignore other poster's complaints about the animals - yes, there are bear skins and various animal heads on the wall that you see as you head down the stairs - but they appeared to be expertly done, and that décor seems to be required for Alaska; we saw it everywhere. And I, not a dog person, thought the pets were well-behaved and they were certainly quiet, and not in the guest rooms ever.