This is what a value hotel should be: not lavish, but you happily get what you pay for. Walls can be thin, rooms truly teeny, many rooms share bathrooms, but everything is spotless and breakfast (served in a room so small that sometimes you have to wait your turn) is a proper cooked one. Heating and hot water are reliable, too, which isn’t always the case in buildings of this age, and some rooms have drawers, another relative curiosity. If you just want a place to sleep where you’ll have no regrets about hygiene or price, this no-frills B&B is a decent choice. You’re unlikely to get as much value for the price elsewhere.