We are so happy that we picked this B&B. It was odd that you have to enter your credit card info through a B&B website, without contacting that location directly, but now I see it is in the best interest of her, as a homeowner. It all worked out well and we weren't charged until the actual check-in date.
We debated between this place and the Thomas Bond B&B. This one is a home, while the other is commercial. I much preferred this location once I saw the area. Thomas Bond is right across from The City Tavern (which is so cool), but there isn't a great neighborhood surrounding it (it is right in the city center, but not much happens there after dark.) New Market is in such a great neighborhood with lots of pubs and restaurants less than a block away, and the price is hard to pass up. Also, South Street is a block away, which is where all the places to eat are. I wasn't crazy about the street after dark, but during the day or evening, it offered a lot options. All the surrounding homes are colonial row houses and just walking the few blocks to city center is almost as lovely as all the historic sites.
Norma is lovely and helpful and full of information. She did make super breakfasts each morning at the time you prefer. They weren't just ho-hum meals either. Another poster described them and two were the same.
We stayed on the third floor with the King bed and private bath. Great space with a tiled bathroom and lots of towels. It's not important to mention any small imperfections as this is B&B at its best. Stairs are small since it was built in the 1800's, so just be prepared. We had a larger suitcase but with some work, got it up.