This was our first experience of bed and breakfast accommodation. We booked a twin room for one night. We were warmly welcomed by the owner. The house was immaculate throughout with colour co-ordinated bedding and curtains. The room contained two single beds plus bunk beds and a very large wardrobe and dressing table. One bed had a bedside cabinet and lamp and the other had neither as there wasn't room. There was a small TV perched on top of the wardrobe that couldn't be seen by one bed. The bathroom was small but serviceable with shower only.
What surprised us was the do's and don'ts plastered on the doors and walls on laminated cards. Don't eat takeaways, don't leave the bathroom light/extractor on over night, don't lean on the towel rail and most bizarre of all "remove all traces of make-up before using the faceclothes or towels".
We booked bed and breakfast but if you want a full English or Continental you have to pay another £4 each otherwise the choice is beans, mushroom or egg on toast. Considering that we paid £65 for the night we felt that was outrageous. There was cereal or fruit juice and the poached eggs (from her own hens) were lovely and the one cup of coffee was fresh.
Maybe all B&Bs are like this but I think we'll stick to hotels in future.