We arrived at the hotel to find that the owners were away for 9 months and we were let in by a neighbour who owns the hotel opposite. In all fairness to her, she did a good job of trying to make us welcome, but the lack of a cooked breakfast, a dining room and the alternative provision of a so-called hospitality basket, which didn't even count as a continental breakfast in our opinion did not endear us to the place. Also, we expected parking facilities, not an area where the whole street was a metered zone between 8am and 8pm with high charges. The neighbour did offer advice as to where we could park the car for free, albeit 2 streets away. Our bedroom was clean, but devoid of any of the toiletries which one would expect and the towels were rough. 3 of the 6 bulbs in the chandelier light fitting were defunct. We felt sorry for the neighbour, who was handicapped by a fractured toe and we had much respect for her, but we were glad to leave after 3 nights.