We arrived at the hotel booked through on a Sunday late afternoon in March to find it closed. There was a board with a telephone number to call, which we duly did. The person responding (the manager or proprietor) gave us an access code so that we could let ourselves in - he did not offer to come and greet us and let us in. He also told us that a key would be found on the reception counter, and the room allocated to us. We duly gained access to the hotel, and room, and it was obvious that we were the only people staying there that night. The heating was on, and so it was adequately warm etc, and the room allocated had full en-suite facilities. It was a hotel with no frills, and an old building. The wooden floor had no carpet, and just floor boards and one rug. The nails holding the floor boards down were worn and not particularly sharp. We were told that we would find another hotel in the town for an evening meal, but no other hotel was open. There was a pizzeria open, and so we used that. At 7am the next morning the hotel opened, and we were provided with a very basic continental breakfast (7 euros per person). We did try the restaurant in the evening, it was OK but nothing special.Our overall verdict was that the hotel was OK but nothing great, but perhaps the best in the town. There was on street parking only.