The room was quiet enough given it was a guest house. I slept quite well, no night revelers. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I was put in room 14 in the annexe which was on ground floor but I was not comfortable there so I requested for a change which was granted easily, to room upstairs in the main building. I initially thought the room I was moved to was a single room as my booking was for a double room, but when I spoke to a staff, she said it was a double but in my opinion, it seemed smaller than the annexe room but I may be wrong. The room was clean, with white sheets, more than enough towels, a clean ensuite bathroom with a shower cubicle, small sink and toilet, cottonwool and toilet roll provided, the room was rugged, had a TV, a table and desk, with tea and coffee and a kettle and 2 cups with spoons, bed side lights. In short, it was suitable for my weekend.
The heating seemed to go off at night which made me cold. I don't turn off or reduce my heating at home so it made me more reluctant to get out from under the duvet. Sounds from other guests came in through the small gap at the base of the door but it did not last long, was not inconvenient. The wifi was not so great, but was not a nuisance as I had mobile data. The vent in the bathroom may be noisy if you're sensitive to noise.