** It's a grand, old, yellow Victorian within walking distance of the Arcata Plaza and Humboldt State University. Though the building -- and by extension the room I stayed in -- deserve serious restoration and renovation, Greg and his wife, Raven, offer hospitality that is hard to come by these days.
** Greg and Raven made me feel at home and all of my travel needs were met with friendly care and genuine concern. Every morning (I stayed for 3 nights) Greg cooked up a generous, made-to-order breakfast based on the menu for the day. Guests dine in the lovely, formal dining room and have a chance to chat with one another and Greg too.
** I stayed in the Garden Suite on the ground floor. It has a small bedroom with a queen Tempurpedic mattress, funky bathroom (needs a re-do), and a large (separate) parlor with a day bed, dark wood, lots of books, and a TV with cable. I peeked at the rooms upstairs. A few seem to have undergone renovation and look very comfortable.
** The common rooms on the main floor are cool during the day and chilly at night -- it is an old house! -- but my room had a dedicated thermostat, so I was always comfortable once I made it down the hall and into my room.
** I would not call the Lady Anne a "luxury" B&B. Instead, it's more reflective of its physical location (Arcata and Humboldt County): casual, easy-going, friendly, down-to-earth... and a bit quirky.
** I would stay again.