Posted Jul 27, 2012 on Hotels
The innkeepers are very friendly, and we enjoyed talking with them and meeting their pets. However, future guests need to be aware that this place is not at all suitable to guests with any kind of physical disability. We both found it difficult to climb up the extremely steep steps to our bedroom on the second floor. It was also difficult to navigate the steep and uneven concrete steps to the front door, and the handrail was dangerously loose. Our room was very hot, and the furniture was cheap & uncomfortable; only 2 hard chairs. The place has no sitting room & no porch for guests, so if guests want to sit somewhere to read or relax, they must go out to the garden (quite pretty, but not really accessible for elderly or handicapped or less-than agile folks). They could also sit in a rather dirty-looking arm chair in the kitchen, which I did not find to be an appealing option. As a final warning--our room had no key, and the owners don't lock the front door. The owners are very intelligent women with interesting personal histories, but they need to clear out a lot of clutter in and around their place and do some serious maintenance for the comfort and safety of guests!