The proprietor showed us around and described some of the fascinating history of this building. The parlor contains an awesome old wood burning stove. If you are going as a couple or desire privacy, I recommend the private suites on the second floor. The other rooms share a smallish bathroom on the second floor and you are therefore subject to the cleanliness (or lack thereof) of your fellow guests. There is an additional larger bathroom on the first floor that is common to the entire facility. The "bunk house" room holds 6. You have zero privacy if you choose that accommodation (it is incredibly inexpensive though).
This shouldn't really be described as a bed and breakfast because there is not breakfast of any kind included. There is, however, a full kitchen available for your use if you bring your own food to prepare.
Rooms and linens were clean. Common areas were fairly clean. Shared bathroom was intermittently not very clean.More