We had an odd experience with food service staff, twice. At dinner the waitress ignored us for so long that we actually had to get menus for ourselves, and then after a much longer wait, had to eventually call for her to notice us. It was not busy, only a few tables were engaged. She passed by us a number of times without even saying she'd be with us soon or to acknowledge us in any way. The SAME thing happened the next morning at breakfast - different waitress, but exactly the same treatment. Guests who arrived after us were waited on. I eventually had to go to the waitress to give my order. She told my daughter ( a grown woman) she couldn't have an item that a person who came in after us was served as we dined. Odd. This was something we've never experienced elsewhere. We dress well. we weren't loud or abrasive, or demanding. This really soured my impression of our stay. Was there a "problem" with two women traveling alone? I've never run into this before.
Location, it is perfectly located close to the train, right in the midst of this pretty little town. The hotel has a bar, restaurant and a lovely brick outdoor dining option; Food was quite good; gracious front desk. Rooms are old, but serviceable. They are not well appointed in the traditional style of the building. The furnishings are disappointingly "cheap modern", and beware: no air-conditioning. But aside from that, it was a comfortable stay.