We stayed in the Overlook suite for a weekend. The suite includes a bedroom with a queen bed, a living room with a full futon and a wood stove, a kitchen with a table, sink, small fridge and microwave, a TV room with a love seat, a bathroom with a clawfoot tub (no shower) and a bedroom off the bathroom with a twin bed. You enter the suite up outdoor stairs from the back of the house into the bedroom with the queen bed. There is another entrance to the suite from stairs in the house into the living room, but explanation is given about that entrance.
That's a lot of square footage for a suite and especially for a B&B. But the ceilings are low, so it is not a great place for tall people. The ceiling height ranges from about 6'4" to 6'9" throughout the suite.
It's also not a B&B like I'd typically think of a B&B. There isn't someone to greet you or give you advice on what are the best local restaurants, attractions, or places to visit (It didn't appear that the owners live there). They also don't serve breakfast in one main central location, so you don't get to meet the other guests.
It would then seem that this would be a good place for those who want some privacy. However, breakfast is brought to the room, and in the Overlook suite, the people who serve breakfast bring it through the bedroom even though there is an entrance to the Overlook suite into the living room. I personally found it quite odd that someone would walk through the bedroom to the opposite site of the house with breakfast when there is an entrance more suited to "public" entry into the suite. So don't think you can sleep in and they'll leave breakfast for you!
Many B&Bs make a point of serving impressive breakfasts. This is not one of them. Breakfast was OK, but nothing worth noting. They bring juice and you can make your own coffee in the pot provided (or tea or hot chocolate).
Having only a bath tub is nice because it makes you take some time to relax, which is perfect when on vacation. The bed had a plastic lined mattress cover, which probably makes sense, but wasn't all that great for sleeping. The suite would probably feel nice and cozy in the winter, but it has no outdoor seating area, so in the summer it seemed a bit stifling to have to stay inside. There is a window air conditioner in the bigger bedroom though in case it gets too hot.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay, the rooms were comfortable and Taylors Falls and St. Croix Falls are cute towns to explore, but it isn't somewhere I'd make a point of staying again.