Two of us stayed in this 19th century B&B and really enjoyed it. Although the narrow staircase made it a bit difficult to get luggage to the room (1 of 2 on the second floor), it was very comfortable -- and we felt that the 2 breakfasts were outstanding. The hosts are very friendly and offer conversation and use of the parlor. Off-street parking at the rear. Minor negatives: the room with the connecting bath is at the front of the house overlooking the street, while one has to go into the hall to reach the bathroom for the quieter room, which adjoins the streetside room. Will definitely stay there again.