We had a room, that had windows facing the main road and a thin door leading to the staircase. I am a good sleeper and we stayed here on Sunday night - so no major traffic on the main road, so I did not wake up, but for some the wooden steps being in constant use and trucks passing outside might be some concern. Also my side of the bed had a big hole in the middle, I thought, my wife's is the same, but her side was really comfy. So I guess it comes down to luck. The wifi did not work half of the time, we stayed there (but we did not mention it to the owner, so it most likely could have been sorted, if we insisted)
The pension is easy to find, on the main road leaving town. At first it might look like you are far, but that's not the case, in 3-4 minutes you reach the outskirts of the old town and in 10 minutes in total you are in the middlest of the middle of town. There are some good pubs/restaurants on the road from the hotel and town, they cater for the locals, so the prices are great and the vibe is authentic. The landlady is super-accommodating, I have not seen a more welcoming or understanding one, she talks to you, gives you directions, maps, upgrades your room upon request and disappears, you are being left alone, which is exactly what we needed. The same goes for breakfast, buffet style without waiters hovering around giving you side glances if you had one plate too many, basically everything is there for you - meat products, cheese, eggs, veggies, yoghurt, muesli, cake, bakery stuff, coffee, tea, you name it. When the wifi works it is strong enough to reach the rooms, which are spacious, clean and very well maintained.