Stayed here for three nights at the end of a touring holiday. The B&B is in a very central location only a short distance from Golden main street, despite this it is in a quiet neighbourhood and we were never bothered with noise. The house is very old with an extremely interesting history and Judy your hostess tells many tales of those that used to live there. We stayed in Alice's Room. It is on the ground floor just inside the main door. It was a reasonable size but rather crammed with furniture leaving little space for luggage. The accommodation is furnished in keeping with its history and has all the basic amenities although the bathroom was very small with only room for a shower and toilet - the wash hand basin was in the main room. Overall it was however rather tired and perhaps not as clean as it could be: the woodwork needed repainting, the rugs were rather grubby and the floor needed a good clean especially under the bed and other furniture (ugg!). The bedding and bathroom were however clean and acceptable. Breakfast was very pleasant but not a special as is usually served up in historic bed and breakfasts. Judy was however a very gracious hostess however whilst this is an OK place to stay it is not a good as the Dove Inn, which is only a few streets away and where we stayed at the start of our holiday.