Let me start by saying I loved it & would stay here again. I would recommend it to my friends, but I would tell them the following, which has mostly been stated already on previous reviews; low/slanted ceilings with wood beams, part of the charm BUT watch your head! A tip regarding the centrally controlled A/C, grab an extra blanket out of the ladies room and/or stay on the left side if you are cold, ask for a room on the right side if you are hot!
If you do not like small spaces do not book a single room...they are 1/2 the room size & tiny beds BUT also 1/2 the price :) I like it...you will not if you are claustrophobic. Same with shared baths...if you do not like it pay for the room with a private bath or stay in a hotel. This place is aptly named as a Guest House, a nice in-between, neither a hotel nor a hostel. But for the cheaper price for sharing a bath at least you get your own room, in a hostel you have to share your room AND a bath. Also, if you are noise sensitive bring earplugs, rooms are not soundproof, A/C is loud...looking on the bright side...it is white noise & YOU HAVE A/C!
A/C, nice clean renovated rooms, I was upgraded to a double, T/V with lots of channels, small shared kitchenette/fridge, free coffee/tea.
Location, location, location...7 minute walk from the Haifa Center-HaShmona train station. 2 minute walk from the Metro-nit, 5 minute walk to local bus stops, 13 minute walk to Carmelite "Underground"
so easy access on public transport to all of Haifa once you figure out the systems. And unlike most of Israel the Metro-nit and several buses run on Shabbat in Haifa. Friendly, helpful staff, very laid back, just be aware they are not on-site most of the time so make arrangements ahead of time for check in/out via email or be prepared to call one of a number of Israeli phone numbers (posted on the door) for a quick response on arrival to be told how to proceed.