We stayed on a Saturday night arriving at 8 pm. Marie was there to greet us at the door. She was very nice welcoming us...gave us the keys to the front door and to our bedroom on the third floor and told us to read the rules that was in our bedroom. Room was nice and clean and well decorated..as well as the bathroom. Small door led out to a spacious piazza with table and chairs. There were magazines and books to read. A ceiling fan for those of you..like me that can't sleep without some noise lol. We went walking down to the market area (maybe 1/2-3/4 mile) to eat a late dinner. We walked back a different way to take in the sights...all the way to battery park which is only about 1 block from the house. Breakfast on Sunday was at 8:30 am in the formal dining room..served on very nice china and silverware. Her husband Emerson came out to meet and greet us. They only have two rooms that they rent to guests..so we had our breakfast with two other people. You serve yourself...cereal, biscuits, marmalade/jam, butter, 3 types of fruit, orange juice and your choice of coffee or tea. A nice continental breakfast. Now if you stay on Satuday night as we did..they do attend church on Sunday morning ..so be prepared to settle up with your credit card at breakfast as they will be leaving by 10am or so.(That is checkout time..but if you need to stay longer you can..and just lock up whenever you leave). This is a nice place to stay if you are physically able to carry your bags up 3 flights of stairs and want a nice quiet room and be left alone and come and go as you please. This would not be a good place if you are handicapp or like to spend a lot of time talking with the owners or expect a full gourmet breakfast. Nonethless I would recommend this bed and breakfast...we were in town during a convention and this was the only place out of 20 that I called that had an opening..and the price was on the lower side compared to other places. Owners were nice and courteous to us..since they only rent two rooms...all the money that they make goes towards the upkeep and maintenance of the home..which you can imagine is probably very high with hurricane/flood insurance and trying to maintain a house that was built in the mid 1700's.