Good points - The location, near the top of the hill overlooking NE, is pretty damned good. We were in a two-level apartment with the picture window and balcony looking out across the town. The room was clean and the bed a good size, though the bathroom door was thin and flimsy. Plenty of bedding and a very firm bed, ideal if your lumbar area having carried your backpack up Adam’s Peak.
Minuses - if arriving by train be aware that they can run very late and you may arrive in complete darkness, especially between November and March.
It's not too easy to find and the steps down are unlit, precarious and VERY slippery in the wet.
The owners cannot hear car horns from where they are at the very bottom, so you may have to carry down your own luggage - there was only a lady there who insisted on trying, but struggled even with one piece of our hand luggage (until I made her hand it back).
For the WiFi, the public area/s are down the steps to the bottom house. Even when you're in the same room as the router, it’s unreliable to say the least (Blondie was told to stand in one corner of the same room as the router, as it worked better).
If you like an early start, be aware they don’t begin breakfast before 8AM and there is no tea/coffee in the rooms.
If you’re a night-time toileter, note that the bed with the morning view is on a different level to the bathroom and the steps have no handrail - we slept downstairs because I’m tall and the roof slopes (but you would have noticed that from the photos).
They charge you for the water (that appears complimentary) on the top in the rooms and there is no sign telling you.
Be careful if you book thru booking.com as your confirmation will tell you full payment is taken 3 days before you arrive. It isn’t and it can cause problems.
Basically, you stay there for the views.