A small coffee table that can be pulled in front of the sofa for breakfast would help. Maybe replace the taller round table next to the sofa with a lower narrow rectangular one. Then it can be slid out for breakfast. An extra hook or 2 in the bath and a robe for guests would help, too. Otherwise, all good.
We were told that we could have coffee and a pastry when we were around from the cafe. Unfortunately our stay was too short and busy to avail ourselves of this until check out. I got a macchiato and an almond croissant for the drive back to Melbourne. I had the coffee on the way back to Melbourne. Excellent coffee! I didn't get a chance to eat the croissant the next day, after it had been carried around in a warm bad and then placed in a fridge. Even after that kind of treatment, it rates as one of the best almond croissants I have ever had...and that is coming from someone who has had them from some very nice patisseries in France. No wonder this is a popular spot to eat. Everything else must be bloody fantastic. Certainly, the menu looked good and reasonably priced.
I can't fault the place for comfort. While first impressions from the door leading off from the back courtyard eating area might lead a guest to believe it will be noisy, once inside, it is quiet and private. It must have been so quiet and comfortable that we slept in and ended up having to rush the in-room breakfast next morning. The self-serve in-room breakfast is excellent. Touches like the yoghurt jar and milk bottle are nice, along with the bread for toasting.