Our first night's attempt at sleep was thwarted, due to the cold; we were freezing! However, when I asked for a heater the guy on reception turned on the heating. It took him several attempts to get our radiators to work but once they did, we were as snug as a bug in a rug.
We stayed for 2 nights in mid Sep '14, on our way back from Southern Italy. We arrived mid Thursday afternoon, so missed the parking embargo (Thurs 10am - 2pm). We were, therefore, able to park directly across from the hostaria. Our room was spacious and clean, despite being furnished with mainly antique furniture, which lent a certain charm. The bed was very comfortable. The shower was powerful, with plenty of hot water. The locals are charming and happy to chat, if they speak English. The food is good, home-made fare and is average for the area in cost. Our room was above the bar but we weren't disturbed at all. Breakfast was a cold buffet of various cakes, ham and cheese, bread and juice. Coffee was made to order. The cable car to San Marino City is only 50mtr from the hostaria and costs €4.50 return.