On the corner of two narrow streets in the Old Town is a newly renovated building, once a family home now a small hotel of 12 rooms. It is fresh and bright, achieved by the creative use of colour details, artificial and natural light. Each of the rooms has a different layout and sizes, though all have a theme reminiscent of a rural home. The largest has a balcony, a sunken bath of ornate tiling and a sofa covered in Georgian fabrics. In the basement is a large breakfast room with a long glass skylight to the courtyard above. There is a communal terrace on the first floor that looks down on the courtyard and also the street corner, a perfect place to sit and watch the gentle pace of life in the Old Town.