My mom, sister and I stayed in the 3rd floor Loft Suite at the Morris Harvey Bed & Breakfast in the off season (Feb. 1st), and there was just a couple staying as well, so it was nice and quiet. We had the tv room, sitting area, kitchen w/ dishware and a small fridge for communal use. The friendly and knowledgable owner lives in the nearby cottage, and is readily available for assistance, but you are afforded a nice amount of privacy and space. The owner said the loft's three bed situation was set to be improved immediately after our stay, as the suite was being taken out of commission for a few weeks. Good news because one of my few complaints was the cute twin bed I occupied tended to tilt wildly side to side, due to the mattress being to big for the box springs I suspect. The loft has its own temperature control, separate from the rest of the house, which is a welcome convenience. As it is made up of the whole third floor of a historic, interesting shaped house, guests (especially tall ones) really need to mind their heads. But even though there was an occasional absent-minded head bump on the irregular shaped ceilings, we found it perfectly charming. The bathroom is nice and large, could use a touch of updating in some areas, but the modern shower/tub, with its waterfall fixture and switch-controlled heater directly outside of the shower door, is fantastic. A sideboard buffet is served in the morning along with pleasant conversation with the owner, and any help you may need with local area info. A perfect base for Bridge Day or local sightseeing, also within walking distance of the ridiculously good Secret Sandwich Society restaurant.