The property is quiet and quaint with a charming, somewhat old-fashioned design. The rooms surround a cobblestone courtyard with lots of greenery, an outside fireplace with a table and some very low-seating chairs. Technology was up-to-date with Wifi, big-screen TV, texting communication with staff and charging ports on the lamps. Breakfast was also very nice with fresh fruit and fresh bagels - as well as other options like cereal, eggs, cream cheese, jam, coffee and/or tea. The staff were mostly very helpful and friendly with the exception of one person (the manager/owner I think).
What I didn't like was the inconvenient parking down a steep hill away from the property - and the lack of consideration for accessibility. There was no place to unload except on the steep hilly street - no mention of any of this on the website. For someone with disabilities, it was very challenging. The staff did offer to help with unloading, which was nice. But I would think twice about staying there if you are physically challenged. The cobblestone grounds make walking with a cane or walker very difficult.