Spent three nights at this B and B.We had a ground floor room overlooking the sea. It was attractively furnished in contemporary style with plenty of hanging and drawer space.The bathroom was modern but rather dark. All the linen was monogrammed which looked very "classy" but the towels were rather thin and not very absorbent.Certainly couldn't be described as fluffy!
The breakfast was very good although the only cooked food was hard boiled eggs.The staff were very friendly and helpful and there is free WiFi in the rather grand sitting room.To get into the building via the main door there is quite a steep flight of steps and even more steps to reach the rooms on the higher floors.
I would say that the main drawback is the relative isolation which means that the only place to eat within walking distance is a snack bar. We were told that they did meals but when we went there, they could only provide a sort of burger and chips because it was the chef's day off! People who went later than we did fared better, because someone decided to ask the chef to come in as there was clearly a demand for meals!More