While it looked quite nice in the first moment, the stay at this place was very circumstantial.
First, everything was restricted: starting from the limited hours of warm water, to the amount of toilet paper you are supposed to use. We forgot ours once in the bathroom where it disappeared. Asking for a new one we were told that one has to pay for additional paper. Finally, we recieved it for free, but it was worth a discussion. The breakfast is not even worth mentioning.
Second, every little space is used to a degree that you can barely turn around. The rooms are so small and so sparely furnished that it was impossible to place the few clothes that we brought. We had to put the towels outside next to the pool. Luckily, it didn't rain.
The bathrooms are also far too narrow to feel comfortable. In one bathroom, the door has to stay open to use the toilet (unless you are not a dwarf). The light works via motion detector so that I found myself showering without light (in a tiny room without window). I had to move the shower curtain every few seconds to get light again. In most of the showers you can literally NOT turn around.
All in all, the place is clean (minus the bathroom next to the pool) and located nicely. However, the regimentations and the narrowness of that place makes you feel quite uncomfortable.