Check-in is limited only to 3 hours since the owner is out working in the garden or running his own errands most of the time (reaching him by the phone number posted on the door was not always possible - he has not returned our call from the very last day, so we didn't even get to say goodbye on check out.
The biggest disappointment of our room (judging by the pictures the situation in other rooms was better, so ask to give you a room different from the mansarda) was the shower, or, rather, the hole in the floor in the bathroom and the plastic curtain to draw around it (didn't help - after someone took a shower, the whole bathroom was full of water). Also the towels has not been replaced daily and the floors were not quite thoroughly cleaned (a candy wrapper that i saw on the floor on our arrival was still there 2 days later).
Another disappointment was breakfasts - there was a set of packed croissants, buscuits and other snack from the supermarket, including cereal, though there was only one small box of milk in the fridge - not enough for two people.
All in all, not exactly the experience we aimed for...
A rather cozy little cottage, where all the guests are on their own. Our room was on the top floor, kitchen was equipped with everything necessary (except for the glasses which we had to ask for separately - good thing we had a cell phone we could use; this hotel in general doesn't fit those who prefer no to use their cell when travelling), the location was quite convenient since it was very close to Siena. The owner of the hotel, Andrea, was very nice and charming and tried his best to make us feel at home.