Our room left a lot to be desired. Our bed was 190 cm as was the duvet. My feet hung over the edge as I am 193cm. In this day and age such short beds!
The latch on the bathroom door was broken so the door kept swinging open. Great when you sit on the WC. The window could not be locked, so I could not leave my camera behind when we went out to dinner. Heating / airco did not work. Toilet seat was loose.
The floor is painted concrete (needs a new coat of paint). This makes the B&B very noisy when some guests come in late at night. Two not so clean looking mats complete the furnishing. Owner says thats the concrete floors are for hypoallergenic reasons. In 35 years of travel I have never come across this. I believe its just to cut costs. Just clean properly! Fridge was noisy which disturbed our sleep and there was some sticky goo (!) in the freezer. It was also leaking.
The receptionist was friendly and helpful as were the staff. The breakfast was good and the dining is nicely furnished. Some might not like it as it is predominantly dark purple.
Comment from Hotel Management
Oct 25, 2014 by Rob, Hotel Management
We value all guest comments and always aim to improve our guest experiences. The room in question was the Budget Queen room and as stated in the listing, it is the smallest room with a Queen Size bed where the size of the bed is exactly noted. We have King Size rooms and Twin Rooms available too but some guests prefer to cut costs. Since July, we have re-tiled and refurbished all our guest rooms and a new air-con system is installed. All bathroom doors now have door closers. The dining area has been accented in lighter purples this year as part of annual refurbishment and most guests love the colour scheme, thankfully most people enjoy purple & dislike beige.