No air conditioning and it was too hot to sleep, when we mentioned this we were told it was exceptionally hot and it had never been this hot before, so they didn't have fans or anything else; they suggested leaving the balcony open, even though it was very close to the ground floor so anyone could have climbed through. Aside from the heat issue, on the whole, they were all slightly unfriendly and to add to that was the welcome to our room in the shape of a list of rules, which was longer than our arms combined and included oddities such as guests being asked to whisper past 10pm, and telling us not to plug anything into the electrical sockets, and not washing clothes or having others coming to the room without prior agreement with the hotel... Some of these I've seen before but combined with the staff it felt like we were in a youth hostel or on bad school trip! The beds weren't very comfy, even if we could get past the heat and we were literally completely ignored at breakfast, so we ended up settling for a cup of coffee from the breakfast table, rather than getting the basket of breads and croissants like the other guests; when we told reception, the lady at breakfast told them we were lying and so they still charged us the 12 or 15 euros (I can't remember which) for each of our breakfasts. Really hated the entire place to be honest but the prawns at supper were nice, although vastly over priced. Thank you booking.com for speaking to them so at least, we only had to stay one night and managed to cancel the second one, so we could leave.
The location is pretty, very pretty.