We stayed in a 'suite' which comprised a tiny bedroom and a tiny sitting room, above which was a sleeping platform in the eaves, which was grubby and very hot, as no windows or ventilation. The radiator in the 'sitting room' was stuck on, and it was in the upper 20s outside and unbearable inside. This made the sleeping platform area even worse!
The whole place was furnished with the cheapest and most hideous furniture, paintings, objects etc. There was the absolute minimum provision i.e. no hair dryer.
The breakfast cost 12 euros for which we had cold tea or terrible coffee, plus some supermarket croissants and some bread with some sachets of butter and jam.
Overall we felt that the owners sole object was to extract the maximum money from their guests with the minmum of effort on their part. I would not recommend this to anyone.More