The only downside is just how many people they pack in, between the rooms, dorms and even people camping out on the grass. At dinner and breakfast the kitchen is just too small to handle the amount of people trying to cook and clean at the same time, and one of the mornings there were actually people sleeping in one of the lounges.
They have clearly put a lot of thought into this place and it shows. Thick walls keep the private rooms relatively quiet, shelves (with stickers provided) for food, several different lounging areas, washer/dryer/clothesline, pool and ping pong tables, sun loungers with a view, and even a hot tub. The included breakfast has cereal, milk, tea/coffee, bread and fresh scones (if you don’t leave too early). Fast, free, unlimited wifi is a really nice touch. The location overlooking town is pretty decent, and about a 10-minute walk into the main part of town. Parking is a little cramped but sufficient.