The owner was very kind and communicated well, and the room was very clean, so the necessities were met. With that said, I'm not sure I would call this a "hotel" or "inn". It's literally a house you get one room in. The floors are older wood and you can hear every footstep someone takes in the house and any time someone enters or exits the house. I would say this is closer to a hostel with private rooms than a hotel. If the price reflected that it would probably be ok for a cheap place to crash for a night, but I would not pay what I did to stay here again.