Stayed for 3 nights in Asian Delight B&B. It was in a good location only 10 minutes walk to the train station (where you could also get all the tickets for the sightseeing buses), and about 6 minutes from Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. There was a Pastarito only 5 minutes away and other diners and eateries around. Only 5-10 minutes walk from metro stations for the subway.
The B&B was inside an apartment building, and not easy to find unless you have directions and are looking for it. There were some steps to the elevator, which were easy to manage. The B&B had a communal entrance area/ space with travel books, magazines, and breakfast items set out, and a DVD collection which travellers are free to access.
The room was a good size, and had a desk, chair and computer inside for free internet access, and a TV, DVD player and surround-sound-built-in stereo system for our personal use. I've never seen this before, and I was pretty impressed. A great bonus for travellers. The walls were peeling on purpose, and the room and entrance area felt "rustic", and there was a quilt hanging on the wall. It felt a bit beatnik but quite homey.
The bathroom was a bit strange - I've never showered over a grate before. It was a bit industrial/ arty feel.
The breakfast was adequate. Nothing special as DIY, and I could never find any bowls for cereals (and I always forgot to ask when the owner was around - silly me).
Overall, if you are looking for a place a bit different, then this is a great place to stay.