This hotel is a grand old mansion that has been converted into a lovely hotel. Mark Twain stayed here! It is located at the quiet end of town. Rooms are nice and large and very comfortable indeed. Nice comfortable beds. We had room 101 on the ground floor which has it's own seperate entrance. Inside it felt like a little country cottage with french doors opening out to a small balcony overlooking the ocean. We loved it!
Breakfast is served on the upper balconies and is first class. the waiters were great too. Carlos at the reception is really helpful and friendly, but the girl who works on reception with him is a really cold fish. Not very friendly at all. All business!! Never did get a smile out of her!
Overall we were really satisfied with the hotel. Our only criticism is that all the doors to the rooms need a really good clean. They are all quite dirty and need a good wipe down.More