Yes I do, try the Bell and Dragon, It's a quater-mile that way
Bed and Breakfast
I saw you debating on going here... I watched you.
"I didn't even have time to remove my finger from the bell"
How come your pets don't move?
I stuff my pets when they die. My dog was quite the barker!
The protagonist of the story is Billy Weaver(17) and the antagonist is the landlady who we later meet in the story. The story starts with Billy entering the train station in Bath, England from London on a business trip. Billy asks a man at the station for a place to stay. The man recommended the Bell and Dragon.
As Billy Weaver is walking to the Bell and Dragon, he spots a sign on a house saying,"Bed and Breakfast". He decides to go there instead of the Bell and Dragon. He rings the bell and right then the woman opens the door.
George, Christopher. Meet your new friend, Billy Weaver...
As Billy is staying at the house he notices the woman's pets aren't moving. The landlady admits she stuffs he dead pets. As well as other things.
Theme + Conflict
As Billy Weaver is drinking his tea, he says it tastes of "bitter almonds". Billy then asks when was the last time someone was here, the landlady says he is the first guest in 2 years...
When was the last guest here?
You're the first guest in 2 years...
We can assume that Billy died from the cyanide in the tea.(The bitter almond taste). And that the landlady stuffed him like her "other pets".
The conflict of The Landlady was person vs person and this is shown when Billy finds that the landlady stuffs her pets. The theme of the story is looks can be deceiving and to not trust strangers. The woman's house looked innocent, but in fact, it was a death trap.