The staff were nice, their English was poor. I struggled to get information. The hotel looks dishevelled, the neon sign outside only shows some letters in the name. There was a little caravan park right next to the hotel with people living an outdoor lifestyle. I even heard cockerels in the morning. The reception has leaks and strategically placed plants to collect some of the drips. There are bleach stains on the carpet in the corridor. My room had a balcony and black out blind, which I really liked. I was there on business, the desk and chair were not suitable for working at. I could turn on the radiator but when on, it made noises. I stayed for 5 nights, there was a 'sanitised' cover on the toilet seat on my first day, 3 days later, there was a 'sanitised' cover again (I know, 3 days later?) but when I opened the toilet seat, my contact lens from the day before was still stuck to the inside of the toilet, so not so sanitised. The bath tub had a random plug which didn't fit, no high shower holder, very cold bathroom floor. There was an old restaurant which provided the menu as they start serving rather than in advance. I wouldn't eat there again even if it had bargain prices. The town is small and I waited up to 45 minutes for a taxi.
Location: There is a lovely grill at the end of the road. They prepare meat right in the view of the table on wood and charcoal.