The lobby is very small and beautifully furnished with antique furniture, ornaments and pieces of art.
It is a town house style building, with timber beams on the exterior of the upper floors, sloping tiled roof and attic windows. The lower half of the building is colourfully decorated with flower boxes and climbing plants.
Although offering all modern facilities, the whole hotel is steeped in history, each room with its own individual character, size and design, though on average the rooms are small. They are excellently furnished, each with its own style and additional pieces of furniture creating a homely and warm atmosphere. Both the rooms and the bathrooms are in very good condition.
The restaurant, which is on the ground floor, is tastefully furnished, with extra lamps and ornaments adding to the already cosy and relaxing ambiance. There is also a wine parlour, its more informal style of heavy carved furniture, subtle lighting and candles making it relaxing and intimate.