We stayed for 2 nights and thought it could be so much better. Firstly - make sure you let them know if you're arriving after 5 pm at night. Doors are shut and pavements rolled up super early at this time and there is no reception area to speak of. We had Room 4 in the attic and whilst you are in a building built in 1530, the furniture came out of the Ikea catalogue much more recently. The double bed was a wooden platform and had two thin (3 inches) single mattresses next to each other. My husband piled those on top of each other and slept there. I used the 5 inch single mattress in the window seat area. Don't bother if you are taller than say 5 foot 9. You'll only be able to stand up in the centre of the room. On the plus side - Excellent wifi in the room, and lots of hot water in the very, very compact bathroom. Also very close to the square and has discount deals with good, inexpensive local restaurants. On the minus side (more, I'm afraid), 180 czech crowns or about 7 euros per person is expensive for breakfast given you can have a great chicken schnitzel and chips just across the road for 99 crowns. We paid E35 per night - which is not too expensive for a room - but were glad to leave the sorry excuses for beds behind. Also not particularly welcoming place to be - feel like intruding if you have to knock on the owners "privat" door to ask anything for instance the breakfast menu is on the noticeboard downstairs, with no price on it and we weren't offered any details the night we arrived.
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