I don't really have much to add to the previous reviews. We stayed in the Madson House. Though built in the 1960s (I think) the bedrooms have been decorated with antiques which give it the typical B & B feel.
We and another couple staying there were told when we called upon arrival after finding no host there, that our confirmation emails told us to call a half hour before arrival, as the hosts don't live on the property. The emails did not say that. If your emails don't have that info, be sure to call before arrival, or you will have to wait.
Also, the breakfasts, though good, and plentiful, as one other reviewer mentioned, were nothing out of the ordinary.Scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, meat and a bread product.
Part of the fun of a B & B for us is enjoying egg casseroles, french toast, homemade muffins, etc.It's not that much more work (or money) to make up a casserole the night before, and pop it in the oven in the morning.