This is a great collection of supernatural stories plus the title story "Dracula's Guest" which is not so much a stand alone story as an episode originally intended to be included in Stoker's Masterpiece and most famous work, "Dracula" but was excised from it due to lack of space/editorial reasons. It was probably right that it was cut out, although it is a lovely little episode in which the Englishman (probably supposed to be Jonathan Harker, although he is not named in the piece) acts more bravely than wisely and sets out to discover an abandoned village on Walpurgis-Nacht (the night when the devil was free to roam the earth and the dead walk the earth). There's lots of stress on the characters "Englishness" and bravery, although even he comes to realise that there's something to be said for the maxim: "When in Rome, etc." as he comes to regret not following the advice of the locals and hiding in his hotel room with a gin and tonic during the night time hours.
The other stories also lay emphasis on the alleged English characteristic of adventurousness and slightly masochistic bravery (I've got to say, I've been English all my life now and I'm not one for adventure myself - perhaps I'd rather just read about it!) I particularly liked "The Squaw" with the obnoxious American who falls foul of a cat, which then goes on to wreak a gory, but justified revenge on him.
The Judge's House is very creepy - I read it just before I went to bed and this was a mistake I felt afterwards! There's a great deal of atmosphere and entertainment value in all of the tales and I really enjoyed reading them. A must if you are a fan of Stoker and free on Kindle - there's not much not to like there.