My husband and I went here for an early anniversay stay. We have never stayed at a B&B before. The house is nice and has some historic documents and photos to look at. David greeted us and checked us in. He's a very nice man. We enjoyed the peace and quiet of staying here and it's proximity to Bath House row. You could walk there, but its downhill there and uphill back. We chose to park at the free parking garage just right down the road.
As David says, we're here to visit the area, not to see him. He stated they are "hands off" inn owners, and that is true. You get a key to the house and come and go as you please. You don't see anyone except at breakfast.
Breakfast was dissapointing. We went one of the 2 mornings we were there. I was hoping for some good from scratch food. ( i will state that I have very average food expectations and do not eat gourmet food but rarely) We had an apple fritter, which was excatly like the apple fritter doughnuts you get at your local walmart. It was heated up and had some caramel drizzel and whip cream. Our main course was basically an omlette cooked in a muffin tin. Eggs with some chopped up ham cubes, again that you buy at walmart, and some shredded cheese on top. OJ, coffee to drink. 1 piece of toast and 2 pieces of pre-cooked bacon. I can make a better breakfast at home and I am by no means a fabulous cook.
SO- don't go for the breakfast. I hate saying it because David was a nice guy, but it's just not what was expected since its a B and B. The second B of that equation should be a big deal.