This B&B is in a neighborhood with several other B&Bs. It is high on a hill overlooking the city center and harbor. There are several nice parks nearby and it is a short drive to most Dunedin attractions. I cannot speak to the public transit. The building is historic and shows some resemblance to the Olveston house that is now a museum. Despite this, the room we had was the largest one we stayed in during our 3 week visit to NZ.
The owner is very detail oriented and likes to share lots of information with his guests. We barely met his wife. Breakfast was pretty good. We had an interesting selection of background music with our breakfast.More