We heard about the Bedford Springs Resort while the hotel was being renovated, and wanted to stay there, however, we felt the price was out of line. We opted to stay elsewhere, and just have dinner at Bedford Springs. We aren't "spa" people, we enjoy history and B&B's. We only selected the Jean Bonnet because it was nearby our true destination, but were pleasantly surprised with the B&B. The rooms are not overly decorated and tacky as some other B&B's at the same price level. I enjoyed having a cup of coffee in a rocking chair on the huge porch during the quiet of the early morning. The premises is well maintained, and well staffed (currently 57 employees!).
The food was excellent (we had mussels, pizza dip, and fried cod) in addition to the breakfast. The menu contained many interesting selections. Having a tavern in the same building as our room was a real plus for us. We enjoyed trying the numerous local beers on tap (the strawberry wheat was great) including Jean Bonnet (which we didn't care for) . The owner is a lovely person, and no, we were not encouraged to write this review.
The Jean Bonnet is a destination. I won't spoil it by disclosing the other amenities that visitors will encounter during a stay. Encountering them on your own is half the fun.