We stayed here in Oct. 2010. Our room was pretty small and the bathroom was compact -to say the least. There is a big step up/down into the shower. Bathroom was a bit old fashioned, I would say. The t.v. was on the bedside table, which meant you couldn't really watch it while lying in bed. A lot of stairs to climb to get to our room. However, the breakfasts were very good and the owner, Sylvia, was very pleasant. The hotel is right in the centre and everything can be reached on foot, so you don't need a car. It is close to the railway line, so if your window is open, you will hear the trains.
We dined here one evening and the food was good. There are lots of other good eateries in the town.More
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- Free Parking