The gentleman who first started checking me in was a bit scary and brusque. I couldn't talk to him, didn't feel safe. The woman was very kind and helpful.
Later the house staff helped me when I
had difficulty connecting to the internet, and also brought me cutlery when I needed it.
Than was nice.
There was noise in the corridor and it seemed insecure as someone without a key could easily slip into the corridor.
When coming back late one night there were no regular parking places at all so I parked in the driveway. I had to ask the house security person to look at it, to see if that was a safe place for me to park. [Less]