Elaine is a wonderful hostess and her home in cute little Field in the middle of the national park is just that - a cosy home that takes guests. Coyote's Den is the only b and b in Field - other than this property there is only the pub and guest houses so it offers a great option for those who want to meet others and to have breakfast made for you. Elaine provides a lovely breakfast , and other guests while I was there cooked used the kitchen to cook dinner. The guest rooms are cute, very clean and with very comfortable beds but they are small and if it is summer the Windows can't really open much so the room is hot. My caveats in relation to the property relate to the fact that the property appears to have no insulation in the walls so you can hear pretty well everything happening in the other two guest rooms. The other problem is that there is only one bathroom and that bathroom has the only toilet in it. This is fine if not all rooms are occupied but when the property is full and everyone wakes up at the same time (which happens in an uninsulated property!) you can wait a long time to get access to the toilet if other guests are not considerate about the constraints of the property. So on my last night two guests watched a noisy programme on their laptop till late at night and then were in the bathroom for over half an hour in the morning. It was left to us guests to a) ask them to turn their volume down and b) rap on the door and ask them to hurry up. This should not be our role as guests. The hostess should alert guests to the issues as they check in so they are considerate. Having had a lovely stay for 2 nights, when I asked the hostess if there was another loo after waiting for a long time, I received a short succinct 'no'. It left a bad feeling after an otherwise pleasant stay.