Ahn individual bed and breakfast website will be listed in its locality without any problem - provided that it works and isn't just a visiting card of course. It doesn't have to be pretty; it just has to say what it is, where it is and not be unduly user hostile. Prices and a photo gallery are nice but not essential.
OTOH, a bed and breakfast directory for a locality will be judged by its context. If we already have 23 B&Bs listed there, a directory with only five B&Bs is plainly useless.
Also, if we already have 3 good B&B directories listed there, why would we need another? If it's significantly better, we'll list it but otherwise probably not.
Quite a few editors use Firefox because - well, it's just a better browser and has several very useful addons. It's a shame that so many web developers only check their sites in IE. If a site won't work in FF, I'll try it in IE and, in a perfect world, so will other editors. I can't guarantee that all do though.