This was an old property in the centre of the village. The room was tiny. Before Covid I used to stay regularly in hotels and usually booked as a single traveller. Normally I would get a double or twin room but for only the second time I can recall I was given a room which appeared to be a converted child’s room. There was little storage space and the top of the wardrobe appeared to offer a safe place for my suitcase. However it was thick with dust and unusable as I risked being covered in the dust. The hot water appeared to have an airlock as it ran at a trickle. The shower door handle was loose or broken as it seemed to be missing a part. This is the only stay I’ve had where no attempt was made to service the room during my three-day visit. I don’t mind making my bed but for the charges made one would expect basic services to be provided. The staff were friendly and helpful but the breakfast was limited as things like croissants, rolls or yogurts were not on the menu. The cooked breakfast was well presented, hot and appeared to be cooked to order. It is not a place I would choose to return to if I was by myself.