It's best to get a cab from the airport, as it may be hard to figure out where you are going initially, once you are there it's easy to figure out.
This is a complex comprising of five buildings (I think they used to be military, but I need to check my facts). We had a room on third floor, and this gave us a great view out on to the beach and the sea. All the bedding was hidden under the bed (which confused us for the first few hours), there was a shower and WC. If you're a fan of retro furnishings, the you'll love it, there's even an old 'dial' phone.
On site they also have a pair of tennis courts, and you located quite close to the town centre (it's not that big anyway). They also served breakfast, which had the usual fair (with the unwelcome addition of pig fat spread, but that depends on your taste).
It's not by any means luxurious, the shower was a bit leaky. But it was clean, and was in an excellent location. The beach nearby was clean and stretched for miles. Unfortuntely when we were there, the receptionist couldn't speak English, but this was probably vain of us to expect them to. Take a phrase book with you, and have a go.