Just like most reviewers described this hostal has a great courtyard complete with hammocks, fireplace (don't know when they actually light it though..) and lots of plants, making it an excellent place to relax after a long morning of bartering at the nearby market (2 blocks from the hostal to the central market). If you have a room near the restaurant it might be a bit noisy in the morning but otherwise the rooms and hostal in general are quiet.
You can get a room with a shared bath or a private bath. A shared bath costs $13 a person ($26 for 2, $39 for 3) with breakfast included. The breakfast is a choice of either bread and jam, parfait, or pancake and fruit salad all with either coffee or tea and the option to add more food a la carte. The rooms don't have any heating, but they put a few thick blankets on the bed, which is enough to make for a warm night, at least in June-not sure if it gets colder at other times of the year.
The hostel is fairly clean and the showers get nice and hot, but the wifi does not work well. it is very slow, which seems to be the case in most places, and it does not reach some of the rooms.
Overall the hostel is a good value due to its location, decor/garden, and breakfast, but there are cheaper options around the town.