I booked 3-4 weeks in advance of my stay. On arrival, it was a building site, with scaffolding and hydraulic hoists out the front. It appeared as if they were not expecting me, as they asked me when I had booked, and for how long I intended to stay etc. Because of the building work, the air conditioning was not working, but worst of all was that every day from 0800-1900 there were workmen 1 foot from my window, using hammers, saws, drills and a chain saw, as they rebuilt the roof and facade. Chippings and dust were being blown into my room. The manager was very attentive, but nothing could make up for this situation. She insisted I pay in cash because apparently the card machine wasn't working because of Coronavurus. I am sure it was a terrible mistake, and I'm sure my booking should not have been taken, but it was, and no attempt was made to mitigate the disruption to me. As unpaid my bill, the manager apologised for the building work, but said perhaps it was ok as I had only stayed 2 days. I imagine it's a lovely place in ordinary circumstances.