There is one bathroom that can only be accessed through one of the bedrooms and the floor levels are uneven - so can be challenging, especially in the dark.
The two halves of our 'double' bed kept drifting apart during the night. The internet was very spotty, and there wasn't a fridge in the room, although we were able to borrow an electric kettle and cups from downstairs to brew tea from our own supplies.
The main problem however was the darkness of the rooms, even during the day. Two of the lights in each room were not working (one socket was completely non-functional), and the bathroom, which had no natural light, was a real black hole. Reception was only able to provide us with one replacement light globe.
There isn't any air-con, which may be a problem in the warmer weather, as it would be difficult to sleep with the windows open. As well as the trams that run outside there are a number of late night bars in the area which give rise to a fair bit of noise at chucking out time. The pension is also adjacent to a social relief charity, and we had to step around a couple of homeless people camped on the doorstep when returning one night. Even with earplugs and the windows closed we were still woken throughout the night - the 'double glazing' did not seem to stop much of the external noise.
This is only a three room pension, and during our stay the front desk was staffed by one person at breakfast or when someone was checking in.
Three of us spent three nights in 'Rafael', which is two rooms - each with two single beds which can be pushed together.
While the building (a former friary) was very atmospheric (wooden beams, creaky floors etc), and we loved the angel motifs that feature throughout, we could only give this place a Fair rating.
Although they were very friendly and helpful, the fact that the building and the reception/breakfast area was usually locked up gave the place a bit of an anonymous feel. The breakfast was adequate for a short stay, but it was basic and little variety. We never met the owner, so don't book expecting a typical B &B experience. There is a bar of sorts - but it was not open during our stay.