We stayed here for just one night in October - could easily have stayed longer.
Parking is oon the street and is a matter of luck and timing.
The hotel itself is very quirky and fun with the front half of an old fiat forming part of reception and the rear half forming a seat in the bar with its boot holding crockery and cutlery for breakfast. Old wheels make up tables in the bar and old washing machine drums are used in the breakfast area as tables too. Very different but it works.
We had a basic room which was of a good size with 2 single beds which were surprisingly comfortable. The bathroom was tiny though with the loo set in a tiled bench with an old fashioned high chain flush. The bath/shower could only be accessed from the rear left side as it was sort of built in - it had to be to fit in the tiny room.
Amazingly the bar was free and you just helped yourself, which we did. We took our drinks outside from where you could choose several lovely spots on different terraces to relax. Following the funky theme, some of the outside tables were made from old surf boards, which looked great.
Breakfast was amazing. Some tapas like breakfast dishes were out on the kitchen counter on display and presumably you could order them. However, the chef was clearly more interested in gossiping with another member of staff and studiously avoided our gaze. However, a bit later when we guessed some management appeared, she suddenly sprung into life and started cooking and helping people with the expresso machine, which we'd had to wrestle with ourselves. However, even without the tapas like dishes, there was still a great choice of food and it really was excellent.
I'd really recommend staying here if you want something a little different but also very comfortable.