Overall: Very good
Check-in: I don't think the owners live in the B&B (My husband thinks they do.) Anyway, they asked for a phone number and we told them both approximately when we'd arrive and then phoned when we were 1/2 hour out. Senor Panichi didn't think we'd be able to actually find our way through town to the front door so recommended that we call when we reached town, but our GPS (Garmin) led us in with no problem.
Language: Italian. Some French.
Space/decor: We had the top, attic room which is huge and has its very own, large terrace with table and chairs. Inside, there's a double bed, French sofa, comfy chair, straight chair, desk, TV on a table and a giant wardrobe. Then, of course there's the ensuite with a wonderful old toilet with a pull-chain that works perfectly well, a shower, sink & bidet. We were welcome to use the kitchen down on the ground floor too.
Noise: Sunday night the town went to bed before 10am and traffic / street sweepers, garbage collection, etc, did not start up till 7:00. It was beautifully quiet all night. The church bells rang out about 7:45... warning for 8am mass? Later in the week, when folks stay up later to party might be a different story.
Comfort: firm bed; reasonably comfortable
Heat/ac: no a/c. There's a thermostat on the wall that presumably controls heat. We didn't need it.
Internet/TV: No internet. There is a TV. There are lots of outlets for recharging gadgets.
Breakfast: The food included the standard Italian sweets, as well as baguettes with butter and homemade jam, yogurt, juice, coffee & tea. So pretty good. But on our first morning, the young woman, seemingly there just to provide coffee and tea, stared at us the whole time we were eating. We found it very uncomfortable. The second morning the Senora greeted us with coffee and tea and then left us alone: much better.
Parking: Senor Panichi accompanied my husband in the car to find a parking spot: no problem.
Distance to attractions: The B+B is in the centre of town; walk a block or two to the main piazza.