We stayed three nights and plan to return as often as possible. The rates are a little high, but we offset the cost by bringing our own food and only eating out for dinner-which is actually easier anyway with small children. I don't think the rooms have changed much from prior reviews and I was very happy with them when we arrived - two very nice bedrooms with queen size beds, full kitchen, living area with fireplace, nice bathroom and deck. Very private and comfortable. It is true there is not much storage for clothes/suitcases but it was not a huge deal for us. I would recommend taking your own DVDs -there's not much there espscially for children. There are a lot of games and books though but we mostly spent our time relaxing and building fires in the fireplace with the kids so they could roast marshmellows.
The breakfasts were served at the Highway 4 Cafe, which is owned by Bob, Leone's husband. They consist of breakfast burritos or waffles, but mostly pastries. We pretty much ate oatmeal and pastries (which are really, really good so I don't want it to sound like it's not) but I also don't want you to be surprised if you want a more traditional "fancy" breakfast like at many other b&bs. We liked it but by the third day we were a little tired of it and would have liked something else. Also note, Bob is closed on Mondays so we felt a little funny running up there when he's supposed to be closed and everything's pretty much turned off. We just picked up coffee and pastries and went back to the room to make our own breakfast that day.
We thoroughly enjoyed the simple peace and quiet of just hanging out together. We did go up to the Soda Dam, Valles Caldera and Bandilier in the mornings. We ate dinners at the Laughing Lizard (awesome!!!) Other than that, just enjoyed our nice little place for the weekend.