Our room (41 with kitchen area) grew on me over our four nights here. Initial thoughts were that it was very dark. But learn to throw open the shutters on the three windows to let as much light in as possible.
Small hotel in an old building (c 15 rooms on three floors) on main street- our room was quiet as it was at the back (looking over an archaeological area).
Other than deckchairs on roof, no other facilities apart from breakfast in morning (was just OK - rolls on second morning were left overs from day before and pieces of watermelon came from slices of watermelon available on first day - on third day, the fresh fruit was too hard to eat (peaches) - not great quality either).
Room was fine - good cleanliness; good wi-fi; usual Italian hard bed which I like at one end of room; fair enough storage space; and bathroom, at opposite end from bed, was fine (though less than lukewarm shower on first day).
Kitchen area in middle of room with table & chairs; sink with washing -up liquid, etc.; fridge (note that electricity turns off when you leave room so need to be careful what you keep in fridge); and four-ring gas cooker (which we didn't use - there are saucepans). We just used the kitchen for having rolls & fruit for tea a couple of nights, which worked well - there's the basics, including plates, knives, chopping board, bottle opener, etc., but no kettle (not good for us British!).