Sometimes we could hear noises from adjacent rooms -- talking, water pipes and the like, but it was mostly unbothersome.
The electrical outlets were in odd places and not exceptionally convenient for plugging in electronics, the electric kettle, etc., but something to be expected from an older property. Also, less a bad thing and more unfortunate, the seat support of an antique chair in our room weakened and broke the second night of our stay. Luckily it wasn't irreparably harmed, and was promptly removed and the dust left by the old support fabric cleaned up.
A quiet location despite its very close proximity to a major road, with lovely and lushly maintained grounds and a clean, well-maintained Victorian interior and exterior. Antique furniture with thoughtfully-arranged, tasteful decor that I can best describe as somewhat in the way of cozy but uncluttered heirloom. Not immaculate, but very lovingly maintained. Amenities for self-prepared tea and coffee were provided and much appreciated though not fancy by any means. Breakfast was quickly and politely served, and was tasty and nicely presented. Reminded me of my grandparents' old home and and antique shop on Cape Cod in the US, so nostalgia definitely factors in for me!