This really is a nice, quiet place in the old East village at Cambria. The rooms are comfortable but there is no radio or TV only piped music that can be turned on or off in each room and the small communal lounge. We were the only guests on our first night and were able to look at all of the rooms. None of the staff or the owner live on site. We stayed in the Garden Room that has a private porch to the side of the house.
The only serious criticism we have from our two-night stay was of the breakfast. It was to be placed outside our door at 8am, we think it was there way before that because the water for tea was only lukewarm and the coffee was not much better. There were no facilities in the room for us to heat our own drinks and the kitchen was locked. There was a small basket of miniature croissants and cakes and a thimbleful of jam and another containing some sort of spread; could have been cream cheese. For the price of the room this was really not good enough and we did make a verbal complaint to one of the staff but it had no effect while we were there.