The temperature control was a bit wonky while we were there, but it was also unseasonably warm, so I'm sure the system was a bit confused.
Everything else that might be considered a negative I will personally count as character, charm, and an experience.
If you want a true experience of small Scottish hotels, this is the place. The owners, managers, and staff are all terrific and care a great deal for their guests. The food is also fantastic. No standing cooked breakfast here, everything is made when you're ready. And the pub downstairs is equally fantastic, usually with at least a few locals and visitors ready to share a pint and a story. I know where I will be staying next time I'm in Scotland (hopefully sooner than later), and you should, too. Just don't all of us tourists cram in at once, we'll wreck the atmosphere.
And a few notes on the other reviews: our room had a private bath, breakfast was always good, and enter the wifi password exactly as it is written (I did have a time with that one).