The house has no lift, we moved the luggages to the 2nd floor. The room is special and the breakfast is okay. We have bathroom in the room. I have checked tripadvisor and some blogs before booking this hotel. So everything is expected and it has reasonable price. Recommend to stay here.
I spent 2 nights here as part of a G Adventures tour. And I loved it. The hotel is quaint, quirky and full of character. My room was large and located on the top floor (basically the attic) with a rustic charm, exposed beams and a window overlooking the quiet cobbled streets. It was equipped with a large, comfortable bed and a small dining table and chairs. The bathroom was small but did the job. There are a lot of stairs to carry your luggage up to get to the room I had though. Breakfast was provided but was fairly ordinary and limited in choices. The hotel is very conveniently located, with the Castle only a few doors up the road. There are many cafes, bars, shops and places of interest all within an easy walk of the hotel. I would absolutely stay here again and would recommend it for those who want a unique, yet centrally located, property.
I really enjoyed this guest house, but my partner not so much! I found the property to have real character and great charm - the decor (mostly antiques from the region) was beautiful. Even the rooms themselves were unique - our room was very big and in an attic, with roof beams above the bed and little stairs between levels of the room. I would stay here again just for the decor and quirkiness.
The property is well located at the entrance to the town and just around the corner from the castle and many coffee shops. The owner is very friendly and the WIFI great.
However, there is no lift and the stairs are uneven and not well lit, so carrying luggage can be awkward. There is no aircon and the windows are a bit small, but the high ceiling kept the room cool. The water pressure was not great and the TV (if you really want to watch on holiday) is very small.
The double bed is just 2 singles pushed together and they used flannel sheets in summer. Pillows are very flat
Breakfast was not great and was just ingredients from the supermarket across the road. This was a pity as the hotel has a kitchen for its restaurant - the restaurant itself was really great and we enjoyed 2 very tasty meals there, so it was sad that breakfast wasn't prepared on site
This pension is adorable. However, do not let the outside looks fool you. First, the service all around is horrible. They have a do not bother me stance from the moment you walk in the door. Not friendly at all!!! The cook/chef has an insane attitude problem and is well known among my group as having an evil death stare.
The rooms were nicely decorated. Again, do not let the decor fool you. Towels were provided but it was like drying your body with sandpaper. Toiletries such as a small bar of soap are not provided. Also, you would think toilet paper was a highly traded commodity. Sparesly stocked.
It was sweltering hot. Without A/C one would think they would be able to provide you with a fan. Not the case. Not willing to accommodate the guest at all. Staff could not even tell you where to purchase one. I finally found an electronics store and purchased one for approximately 21 USD. I took it with me.
Others in my group had a room without electricity and were given a candle but not any matches. Also, Internet in their room would not work. Again, staff did not seem to care.
The area has plenty of other pensions and hotels in the area. I would surely not stay here again. I would look for another place to stay. Danny, the owner needs to get new staff.
Located right by the castle and surrounded by coffee shops and near a small supermarket. The rooms are basic but comfortable and warm. Breakfast is adequate but try to get in early. It is served 8-9.30am. There is an external door locked at 8pm and reception is not staffed after then. Each room only has one set of keys so if you go out all people must be together or you can't get in the door which leads to the rooms as this requires one of the keys. Quite an annoyance for a twin room.