When I booked our room at Trina's, it was based on the photo I saw online of the room we ended up staying in, and I have to admit that it wasn't fully representative of what we found. The room was in a basement of a house, had low ceilings, haphazard wiring and piping running up and down the walls and across the ceiling, all of which made me wonder whether or not the "improvements" had been inspected and given a passing grade. And and you had to negotiate the laundry hanging in the laundry room to access the shared bath and toilet facilities, which could use some attention with regard to exposed wood in the bath/shower that was beginning to show sign of decay from being constantly wet. Despite being billed as a "B&B," there was no breakfast provided and you were directed to a bakery/cafe some 5 minutes walk away.
The folks who lived upstairs had an annoying habit of walking around heavily at all hours of the night and when they flushed their toilet, it sounded like it was flowing through the room (actually, the pipe was above the bed).
If you're a backpacker, the room definitely beats sleeping in a tent, but little else.