I would define the facilities as very basic. It is a bit like a room in a convent. My tiny room had a comfortable double bed, one long and narrow cupboard, a desk, a bench for the luggage, and a television. The bathroom was tiny too. The sheets and towels were bright and clean, the central heating and double glazing kept the room nice and warm and noise free. There were sufficient plugs and light spots.
The wifi was excellent. The location couldn't have been better. A few minutes walk from the train station, and a few minutes walk from the old town.
It has no hint of luxury, the building is old and narrow, and you have to climb about 15 stairs before you come to reception (though there is a lift to the guest floors).
The staff was extremely helpful. I had two problems having lost my phone before arriving there, and having forgotten my computer when I left. The person at reception was both understanding and extremely helpful. He made a number of calls to locate my phone, and he phoned my after I left to tell me about my computer. Both problems were successfully resolved, and without his help I doubt they would have been.
If staying in a luxury hotel is not what you are after, just looking for a convenient base, it is a nice and friendly place.
I will stay there again without hesitation