Stayed here in the wintertime. The room we had all the way upstairs was spacious but the bedding was really sub-par for a B&B. The bedding was old and not warm at all (more like staying in someone's iffy old bed in the basement). The bathroom had the shower and toilet all in one little room so everything got wet. I loved the breakfast- you have to make it yourself but there are drinks, eggs, bread, cheeses and spreads so plenty to eat, but nothing fancy. Overall the place was fine since we were out all day, but it was not conducive to romance or great relaxation- just the basics. Also the worst part was that it was very very smoky. All our clothes reaked of cigarette smoke - gross.
Now the neighborhood is really great- two steps from the market and it was great not staying in what may seem like "the center" from the map but actually is NOT the center of the great places to go in the city. There is a place to rent bikes right down the street which we kept for a couple days to bike around (definitely do this- so much fun!) Being along the canal was beautiful and you got to see "real Dutch people" go about their daily business. There was a tram that went directly to our neighborhood from the train station.
So, if you're OK with basics and only care about location, this place is fine. If you expect a little extra comfort and clean, warm bedding, this isn't the place.