The only one negative I can think of is that the television is a little oddly placed atop the wardrobe (due to the fact that placing it on a table in the room, would simply cramp up the space) so you need to be able to operate the remote at a specific angle, from a specific spot on the bed. But once done you can sink into the comfortable beds and relax.
However, when on a trip you really can ignore that bit, especially because, the owners fuss around about whether or not you seem a little not-happy about the rooms and make sure that everything is to your liking, as much as possible.
I and my Mum were travelling on a Scotland trip, with Ayr being the last stop. I had selected Chalmers while making my booking for the good reviews it had comparative to the price.
When we reached, I was in for a pleasant surprise. Mine was a small double with a private but external bathroom, but we were offered the option of changing to slightly bigger twin, with a private bathroom (also bigger). The entrance to the room had an area, which was private as well and could be used if required; it was helpful for the 2 of us and for packing our luggage. Although I must add the small double was actually nice and was located at the front of the building.
The house is a traditional Scottish home, with modern comforts and Graeme and Ann played the perfect hosts, beginning from the simple but nicely done room, to the help they provide with getting around the city.
We even called them up when lost, for the Wi-Fi password, for a bottle opener and they were happy to help even when on a family dinner.
It is literally a 5 minute walk from the railway station and city centre markets, 10 minutes from the beach and you can get buses to other local attractions. Do check the bus details if you want to go around.
Tea/Coffee making facility is provided for in the room itself, Wi-Fi is free, the room and bathroom is very clean, with basic but good quality hand wash and shower gel. There are thankfully enough mirrors in the room and bathroom, so you are never fighting over one, when in a hurry! :D
What's more, as a courtesy, Graeme also offered to drive us to the railway station (which is quite close and we were going to book a cab only because we had shopped quite a bit) himself!