Although I understand that this is common, no AC made our stay quite uncomfortable at night. We had to sleep with the windows open but this a) provided no respite from the warm room and b) made it so that we were woken up each morning by very loud church bells at 6am (they chimed for several minutes and then continued to chime each half hour until we gave up and got out of bed). Also, it seems that this sleepy town is up with the church bells so even if those didn't wake us, there was tons of other outside noise to do the job.
Finally, we should have been given proper directions before our arrival. The location is up a hill down one of many long, narrow and winding streets. We ended up hauling our luggage uphill, on foot, the long way around since we weren't told of the hidden stair way in the middle of town. Also, once we arrived we didn't have an easy way to get in touch with the owner. We stood around with people staring at us for a good 10 minutes before I found a tiny bell outside that summoned her.
This location was very clean and eating on site was easy and tasty. Wine was cheap on location with many options. The view from the eating area was beautiful.
The rooms and bathrooms were large and cleaned spotless daily. The bathroom had excellent hot water and pressure and was in perfect working condition.
The location (although up a hill) was close to the center of town, the bus stop and the local train that takes you between wine villages.
It was very near a beautiful trail called the Panoramaweg that takes you through the local vineyards and up the side of a large hill with breathtaking views.