Because there is no one who stays on site the place felt impersonal -- just three rooms occupied by people who never see each other, like ships passing in the night. This feeling could possibly be resolved if breakfast were offered in the kitchen instead of at a cafés few blocks away. Street noise can get loud at times, but the double windows help a lot.
Sassoverde is a nice, central place to stay, though a little bit expensive for what it is. Roberta, the owner, is very kind and keen to please, and the room and the kitchen were very clean and comfortable. She has decorated each room with care and the bathrooms are brand new. The little balcony off the kitchen is lovely -- though very hot -- and a good spot from which to take photos.