The size of the room was good. The bed was comfortable enough - nothing that great - but fine. If they did a rehab, they could put in new ones I suppose. I did not like the bathroom at all though. The tub was very old and the shower head was probably 25+ years old. There was rust on various parts of the shower head / pipes / knobs / etc. The knobs were awkward to use and it was hard to get the temperature to what I needed it to be. Water collected at the bottom of the tub during the shower. The whole tub/shower was surrounded by several clear plastic curtains that didn't entirely overlap - so it was cold... and there was a full window (to the street) - that had shutters which were held together by a 2 mm latch. So, if that moved, you were basically showering naked in front of whomever walked by. (This is the first floor room). The bathroom counter space and towel space was very minimal (I think i managed to wedge my toothbrush above the toilet somewhere) - but fortunately there was a large dresser right outside the bathroom. There were many windows with very weak shutters in this room that would constantly open inside the room - if the windows were open but the shutters were only half open for air (the shutters would just pop open)...so for privacy & proper climate, it was a little challenging...and also, I like to sleep in a little later - in the dark - but with these weird shutters - it was extremely bright as soon as the sun came up. There were no shades. The shutters were just awkward to deal with. There is a window unit AC that can be a little loud - no central AC. I didn't have a problem with the owners friendliness or lack thereof that was mentioned elsewhere. They were fine. It is where they live & so maybe some people rub them the wrong way. Who knows. The breakfast is just muffins but they told me that & I read it here so I had some cereal bars if I got hungry. This was not an expensive b & b so they are not going to be having a full ritz carlton buffet. There are places to eat in p-town if you need a bigger breakfast.
One thing that concerned me was that I got a characteristic "3-bite" pattern on my leg and arms, so I left early because I was concerned about bed bugs. I cannot claim this is from there - but it's something that makes me nervous - so if you stay here, go on youtube and learn how to inspect the mattress. It's would be very clear if they have them or not. I didn't know how to do an inspection until now or I would've looked. They probably do not - I was outside a lot and it could be a lot of things - but bed bugs are spreading everywhere. Not even NYC luxury hotels are immune. Mosquitos do not bite in this line-of-3 pattern. Nothing "came home with me" (i.e. I've not been bitten again) - so I don't think it was that... but it always a good idea to inspect (it takes 5 minutes).