It is a very quaint, almost Victorian hotel, located across the street from a rail station, from which you can get a direct train to the airport in 45 minutes for about $4. Several restaurants within sight, and a nice commercial street with little shops of all kinds. Also a block from a park, and au an fresco bar is next to the entrance. The only thing that was vexing was that the attendant didn't seem to understand, on two occasions, that when you have two guests, you need two keys when they are going their separate ways. They claimed there was only one key to the room, which we had. The attendant said that we had to take the key with us, which we of course did, but that didn't solve the problem when we were going our own way.