Was unsure what to expect, and happy to have done it. Walking distance from Tartu main attractions, Old town, AHHAA Centre, Waterpark. Free parking. On-site restaurant. Rich breakfast.
But the point is the decor, and that was rich. Artificial Old-style in dining chambers, with lots of real old stuff hanging from walls and ceilings, occupying window sills. More of that in corridors, even more of that in rooms (get me right, gilt and fancy baroque forms in rooms, but new things only, no oldtimer cracked cups or tools in them, and drawings and paintings both old and new. Some stuffed hunt trophees in lobby. No gaudy plasticky effects, the usual way how hotels try to be ''bright''. Triple glazed windows to eliminate nighttime noises, good ventilation / condition systems, well built doors. Fast WiFi.
Minus - the mattress was too soft for our liking.
Overall impression that the place, especially the restaurant, is well loved by locals, with occassional concert in similarly decorated inner yard. Check-in was impeccable. In restaurant they closed the kitchen 1:20 before the closure, beware. Food was properly done and the pricing was moderate, except for beer.
In one sentence, welcome change from endless colorless and boring ''Scandinavian style'' hotels You forget as You step out of them.