Mountain Home B&B does not get my highest rating due to its "no shoes" policy. I understand that many people embrace this concept, but it is not a practice that my husband and I appreciate when we are traveling. After completing a long drive and arriving laden with luggage, we were asked to hunker down in a cramped entry hall with other guests and remove our shoes and replace them with spa slippers before we would be taken to our rooms. On the plus side, the B&B itself, and our room were pristine, comfortable, and well-maintained. The bedding was very high quality, and the breakfast was home-made and quite good. The best feature of the B&B is its terrific location--in a residential neighborhood, but just a 5-minute walk to shops and restaurants. The innkeeper was pleasant, but not particularly friendly or facilitative, rather unlike the congenial hosts that we have come to expect from other B&B experiences.