Our first impression of the hotel was fine. The front desk attendant was neutral, the layout and gardens are stunning, and our hotel room was super cute. We brought two older kids with us (14,16) and so we appreciated the loft area with 2 beds, but it was high, narrow, and the ladder was slippery, so I hesitate to recommend it to families with younger kids (our older kids chose to sleep below since it was a nuisance to climb when the lights were on, let alone when pitch black at night). We asked about breakfast in the morning and the attendant said they don't offer it and let us know which restaurants do, but in the morning we discovered many were eating breakfast on the terrace. No one came to us to offer breakfast while we sat, and we also didn't ask, so we are neutral on that point. Our disappointment was noise. There is a great brewery across the street but the music from the brewery reverberated through the walls and into our heads until at least midnight. We were overtired from our 6 hour drive and from walking all day, and of course it was Friday/Saturday night, but we were surprised and disappointed. The music turned down a tad at 9pm, but it still echoed through the courtyard and into the room (perhaps it was just our room). Pretty place, decent price, but we came to relax and decompress and wish we knew more about the noise.