Very shabby hotel. Were told we couldn’t open the window due to hatching birds (!) and there was no A/C. Had paid for a triple room, but one of the beds was a roll-away stuffed into a twin room, with very little room left to move around. The roll-away bed collapsed every time someone sat on it, but they had to send staff twice to check because they didn’t believe us. Were finally offered a single room free of charge. Beds were uncomfortable, and the hotel was quite run down. Sad, because it is 300 years old and has a ton of potential. If only they would renovate it!