Definitely not a "hotel" because there's no reception and no common areas, it's not a B&B as there's no breakfast, so I guess it's just a Guest House.
Room decor all extremely tired and dated, the threadbare carpet didn't meet the walls, showing damaged stonework at the edge. It also had balls of brown fluff on it and made my socks dirty when I walked on it with no shoes on. The mattress was uncomfortable, with every spring making itself known
The mastic around the shower was black with mould, but never got the water hot enough shower anyway, it was rarely hotter than lukewarm the whole week I was there.
The only way to contact any staff while you're there is by phone and customer service is very poor. They gave me a front door key which didn't work and after about 15 min in the cold and dark of jiggling the key around, it finally opened the door but broke off in the lock at the same time. When I finally retrieved my phone and called the staff, they shouted ''oh my god!" down the phone.
Finally, it is very inaccessible to anyone with mobility issues as the lowest rooms are up 3 flights of stairs and what 'self-parking' means is that you have to drive around the surrounding streets hoping for a space, and then pay the hotel for a parking permit. They do have one parking space off road, but that (if it's available) costs £5 per night and consists of dinner concrete, mud and broken bricks.