I liked that the property had a lot of character. A farmhouse turned into a guesthouse is a nice idea. However, the room we slept in was really small - could hardly get our bags situated comfortably in there. In the city I could understand space as a limited factor but in the country side I don’t get it. I didn’t like that the shared bathroom was so far from our rooms as well. We had to walk through a common area where people also eat to get to the bathroom. Rather inconvenient. Also the stairs are a bit hazardous and I can see one tripping if not careful. The host/owner seemed a little bit annoyed when we arrived later in the night (though, still within the check-in time frame stated), and it seemed she had to force herself a bit to be hospitable. She didn’t show us that there was a kitchen right around our room - we totally could have stored our food there but decided to eat it up as fast we could that night! The towels offered were as stiff as cardboards, there were insects that kept us up at night in our room and big mosquitoes in the bath, the paid breakfast was quite measly in terms of variety, quality, and quantity. No hot/warm foods either. Lastly, what I liked least about the place is that it felt like a museum/store rather than a home or a resting place because the owner displayed and was selling local items in her home. The last thing I want to do is buy something when I come home to rest. So overall, I was not rested or refreshed when I stayed here.