One of the many times my husband and I stayed at B&B when Martha McGinn owned it, one of the guests there with us that night was an elderly priest. He was travelling from parish to parish, and was booked at the B&B by his superiors because it was in close proximity to the church across the street, I think it's St. Mary's Church? He knew nothing about the house, nor the history of it, and was quite surprised when he learned what had happened there. I have to say the priest was almost 90 years old and didn't seem to fazed by the "relevation". He said it was comfortable and he slept wonderfully and then walked across the street to the Church. He was only booked there the one night.
I have to say he seemed to be an unlikely guest for the B&B but he enjoyed his stay.