Booked a deluxe room which had a double bed as well as a single bed, making the room relatively small. The bathroom was small too but overall, it was a clean and well maintained B&B. It looks slightly dingy at night so I'd advise guests to try and arrive during the day as it looks much better in the daylight!
Breakfast was ready on a tray in the bar fridge and consisted of 2 croissants, 2 juice poppers, 2 cut fruit cups in syrup and 2 of those kids boxed cereals that you pour the milk directly in. There was tea and coffee with a clean kettle provided as well. It was slightly bright with sunlight in the morning but I had taken precautions by wearing an eye mask. It was quite quiet despite the close proximity of other guests in this converted house.
The corridor and overall look of the B&B is quite pretty with stain glass windows.
I'd come here only for one or two nights; would prefer a more modern hotel in future.More