Tiny, family owned, hotel with just 4 rooms. Reception and café on ground floor, one bedroom on 1st, another on 2nd and two rooms on the roof. The staff spoke English and German. The owner showed us up to the room and explained the features. The décor is very hard to explain in a good way. There was some minor night street noise and morning glass collecting noise (note I had the double glazed windows open).* My room was on 2nd floor. It was of a reasonable size with two single beds, air con, cabinets, cupboards, shower wet room, spare pillows and blankets, mini fridge, insect window screen, feature wall print, feature curtain and blinds. I was not a fan of the rock chic red and black room décor but loved that it had the owners’ personality and taste incorporated. It was a refreshing change from bland chain hotels* The hotel location was at the edge of the old town, near the end of pedestrianised street full of hipster cafes, bars, shops and restaurants, in the trendy “arty” district. Easy walk to main shopping street and squares of the new towns and easy access to the steps leading to the old town. 30-ish minutes’ walk to railway station but our taxi was only 2 UK pounds (Sept 18). Also close to main road for 99 bus takes you to bus station - north (for long distance buses to Burgas, etc.) *Good points: Value for money, location, big personality, insect window screen, staff* Bad points: Restricted reception open hours could be a problem for initial key collection.