Well, you can't believe the picture, anyway. There was no window, artwork, or upholstered chair in the actual room. The floor did not shine as shown in the come-on pic in the ad either. The bathroom tile was badly patched numerous times in varying shades of tans. The ceramic fixtures over the sink were broken off. The overall impression is dingy. No charm here.
BTW, if you rely on TV for any reason, be aware that the only information available from the equipment in the room is time and temperature. You have to bring your own Chromecast (or, i would guess, an equivalent feed) if you seek anything more entertaining or informative. Also, for those with physical limitations, you should be aware that the closest MBTA station is over a half-mile from the room.
That said, each room has access to a common kitchen with water, coffee make (no coffee), fridge, and microwave. On departure day, i discovered a hair dryer and iron in the closet. Also, the bed was comfortable, the environs quiet, the local store staffs friendly, and the rate pretty reasonable for a homecoming weekend in a college town.
I am recommending the place down below, but with strict limitations. It's fine for someone looking to save some bucks and unconcerned about appearances. .