This is a nice hotel, really close to the port and so it is in a really good location for travellers, especially if you are on foot, although it has ample parking too.
The hotel has a nautical / ship theme in that all the floors are labelled "decks". The rooms have a porthole window in the bathroom, but like a cabin, they are also quite compact. In fairness to the ferries and cruise ships I have stayed in, their cabins are bigger as you will see by the space around the bed in my photos.
The rooms do have a big bed, although it is two singles beds pushed together and unsecured. A gap opened up in mine, so I kept to one side. The rooms need updating. From the decor to the fittings. If the owner applied a fresh paint job and new carpet, it could help. While the room and the bed are very clean, the condition of the tired carpets and the tired paint make it feel like it is not. My room was cold and there were no operating instructions for the storage heater. The cold could have been bearable if there was an extra blanket, but there was none in the room. The bathroom was very good. Plenty of clean and fluffy towels and a good shower, although, the old heater and hair dryer just reminded you that the room is in need of updating.
The staff are very nice and helpful and the breakfast was nice. It is my second time here and I will come back to stay here and I would recommend it, but for the prices paid for accommodation, I would expect a bit of money to be spent on the appearance.