This is a lovely room above a busy bistro but it's no hotel. When the bistro is closed you're on your own.There's a steep flight of curved steps up to it. Theres a fridge and a kettle, mugs and cutlery but no tea coffee ir washing up materials. We had to ask for toilet paper. Its clean enough but not spotless. The room has 2 small windows openig onto the bistro courtyard below, it wasn't much in use when we were there but could be very noisy in summer, esp as theres no climate control.... The reception was cool, the three brothers run the bistro and it's obviously a popular spot, but they werent exactly interested in their house guests. The location is fantastic. The price was too high, quite a lot more than the hotel we stayed in on the way back. If you like big fancy bed heads and a quirky room it might be worth paying for, not for us though.