We stayed 2 nights in the Mousehole, Townside suite. Shake Rag Alley - Coach House has 3 guestrooms in the Coach House itself and two suites in the "Mousehole," just down the street, pronounced "mouzol," apparently refering to a town in Cornwall. The suite was really a two-story, two bedroom apartment, with a comfy living room, equipped kitchen with full-size appliances and coffee, a large bedroom with a queen bed and a small bedroom with two twins and a large bathroom. It's quite old - built in 1839, with steep, narrow stairs, which we found atmospheric but some travelers might struggle with. The place is spacious, comfortable and very attractive. The only drawback is it's very close to highway 23, so in the mornings there was a fair amount of traffic noise, but at night it was very quiet. We did have to close the window in order to sleep late. The upside is it's just a few steps from Commerce and High streets and all the good galleries and restaurants. Coffee is provided, but there's no breakfast provided so I recommend showing up with some cereal, milk, muffins, etc., or you can walk up the street to the Red Rooster diner. I like this since it offers the most flexibility re breakfast. There is no TV, no Internet, and only intermittent cellphone reception at the Mousehole, but guests have access to the common area at the Coach House, with an internet-connected computer and free wifi, but still no TV. The people were very nice and helpful. We recommend this place, with the caveat about the highway noise at the Mousehole (shouldn't be a problem at the Coach House).