Steve and Lynn George were the consumate hosts for our visit. We were antiquing, and Steve was very helpful with directions and information. Steve also was a delight to talk to (Lynn as well, but she was out the night we arrived). He recognized our interest in history and recommended some really interesting sights. You could not find a more informed host, very involved in historical preservation and wide-ranging in interests. The history of the house alone is worth the trip. In addition, Bedford has a lot of interesting history and preserved architecture.
Lynn was there in the morning and is also a delightul host. Her breakfast was amazing, as was the morning conversation.
Our room was the Parkview, an excellent choice. All the rooms are very "period" and well decorated. Though the Dafodil room and the Parkview are on the front of the house, and the street can be a bit noisy (not near as noisy as the street in some other b&b), but things calmed down at night, and our stay was quite restful. Since we were there on a weekday, I am sure it was busier than a weekend. To be furthest from the street, choose the Dogwood, but in any case, stay at the Chancellor's House if you are in the area. you couldn't ask for a better bed and breakfast experience.