You'll probably feel your spirits lift as soon as you enter the small lobby of this refreshingly bright and cheerful hotel, which has already built up a loyal following. Taken over by a young and enthusiastic owner and staff in 2013, the eight rooms here went from homey to funky. It's in a good location, down a side street between two shopping streets and a few minutes' walk from t' Zand and its restaurants and bars. Rooms vary in size, but all are decorated with pale wooden floors, white or cream walls, open cupboards, crisp white bed linen and contemporary paintings on the walls. The decent-sized bathrooms all have showers. Breakfast is served in a room at the back that opens onto a small paved garden.