My husband and I booked this B&B as the first stop on our honeymoon. We arrived in Middelburg by train around 3:30 in the afternoon and after checking the map, we made our way there on foot (about a 15 minute walk, lugging suitcases). When we arrived, we were greeted by the host, Simon, who was very friendly and immediately took us up to our room (and carried my suitcase). We made small talk about our trip while he showed us where everything was, discussed my love of having our own coffee maker available in the room, and upon discovering that my husband was sick, he went down to the kitchen and returned with hot tea and honey for him. The 400-year-old building is beautifully decorated and modern without losing the old-world charm. It's clear that the hosts took the time to preserve the history, while updating the house to maximize style and comfort. Breakfast was served for a large portion of the morning, at 1 of 2 large communal tables, but we were free to show up downstairs whenever we wanted within the timeframe and food was brought out to us on a large platter - a variety of meats, cheeses and bread/buns, as well as fresh fruit, eggs, sweet buns, and bottomless coffee and juice. Simon was more than happy to chat with us about the house and the town, but we never felt awkward like we weren't able to get away. It was just right. Also, there is a cat ("Jimmy") who lives there as well, but doesn't go up to the rooms. Just happy and content to lay in the hall and be petted.
Pros: Beautiful bathroom, free wifi (strong signal), charming host. Conveniently located and a warm atmosphere. Excellent breakfast and in-room coffee.
Cons: More room to hang clothing. There was a dresser and row of hooks, but no closet or rod to hang things up on (design of room didn't leave room for it).
Location: The location is great, as the main part of town is only a few blocks away. Everything is easily walkable - museums, scenery, shops and restaurants.