Bed was quite short and we are definitely not tall. Someone 6 feet tall or taller would have a hard time sleeping in that bed.
The bathroom smelled a bit damp and the "shower cabin" was two brick walls with a plastic shower curtain for the "door". There was also a bathtub with a handheld shower head, so we had two uncomfortable choices.
Wi-fi was quite slow and unreliable.
Breakfast consisted of white bread, ham, fruits and yoghurt - we opted to eat out on the town.
For 70 euros per night you can't expect luxury, but still the price/quality ratio isn't very good.
The place is very promising and full of opportunities that have'nt been fulfilled, yet. In our humble opinion, a comfortable bed and a good shower are the most important parts of accommodation, pretty much everything else can be dealt with.
The staff were very friendly and nice. The owner, by her own words, doesn't speak but understands English, so knowing a few words of Italian takes you a long way.
We left our laundry at the reception and got them back the next morning washed and ironed (and scented, which was a not so pleasant surprise). But they charged us just 15 euros for 8 shirts, so can't really complain.
The yard was very nice and had a gorgeous swimming pool. Unfortunately the pool season hadn't begun so we didn't get to try it out.