This hotel appears absolutely charming and, indeed, we found that it offered a wonderful deck area with lovely views and a extensive buffet breakfast. HOWEVER, beware of Room 307, or whatever they may tag the room opposite the restaurant. We had asked for lake views when we had booked 4 months out. The room was small, there was no cover over the mattress but the bathroom was clean. There was no ventilation other than the window, which if left open to allow airflow, let in a bright light that shone straight into your eyes. To get any decent airflow you had to keep the passage door open, and that was not going to happen at night. Our view was down a gap between the brick wall of the hotel and the adjacent building, over a sloping roof top - hardly picturesque but tolerable.
Then we wanted to go to sleep! The noise from the restaurant caused the initial concerns and we asked to be moved. There were no rooms available but the desk clerk very sweetly agreed with us that the room was awful. Then the disco next door stated and thumped through the shared wall right at the pillow end of the bed. No sleep, no offers of another room, no rate reduction and not even an offer of a free cup of coffee as we waited to leave the next day. This room is better suited as a storage space so be very sure you are not the overseas traveller who is put in there.