The service was good and so was the food. However, the whole experience was overshadowed by the cramped, shabby and insect infested rooms. We had two adjoining chalets and each consisted of a bedroom with attached bathroom. The room in one of these was so small that there was barely enough room to walk around the bed and the adjoining bathroom was only partially screened by a wooden hinged screen so no wall, no door and no privacy. The whole chalet was obviously old and shabby. We unpacked the clothes into the wardrobe and returned to it some hours later to find the clothes covered with small red ants. I complained to reception who advised that there was a can of insect killer in the room for the convenience of guests! Later in the evening there was worse to come as it became apparent that the chalet was also infested with cockroaches. I killed a couple by stamping on them and my wife and I debated whether to demand a change of rooms.
As we were only planning on staying one night and because we assumed that this was probably a problem in the other rooms as well we decided to tolerate the situation. This hotel markets itself as a boutique hotel, in reality it is somewhat ramshackle and decaying and the admittedly good service and food goes only some way to gloss over the poor standard of the accommodation.More