The house is really convenient for walking to the main market square, within 10 minutes. Car parking is on-street with guest permits, and mid-Sept. it was easy to find a space. However, be warned that the turn off from the St. Mark's roundabout does not take one down the street, but to the left in a one-way system. The guest facilities are on the ground floor, front sitting room, back bedroom and shower room off landing, all with uncovered gappy floorboards so do be careful with small jewellry etc. Do not go if you have difficulty with low seating arrangements as the bed is very low down, ditto the sofa, and there is no where to lay one's case except upon the floor. The bathroom basin is awkward to use due to the mirrored cabinet above upon which lower shelf one's head hits unless moving over the basin horizontally. The shower has no shelf so one's things have to be upon the floor; the shower head is a marvellous huge rose but immoveable so if you don't want to wash your hair then take a shower cap; and the fancy controls have no discernable labelling - the top one is the on/off, the bottom hot/cold. The front sitting room has no television, a slightly untuned piano, a low sofa but no reading lamps, and there is no table or chair to use when having breakfast, which is put upon a chest in the bay window - which itself has no coverings, so not really conducive to sitting there in the evening, even if there was light to read by. The catering is basic, a plain uncooked breakfast of ( fruit if requested), croissants, toast, muesli, tea/coffee/milk, but at night there are no cups or drink making facilities put out, not even a glass to have a drink of water from the bathroom basin. The hostess lives separately within the house, so one is quite private, and was kind enough to leave the key outside when we were late arriving.