This hotel is run on a non profit basis and it shows, not in the rooms but in the food, had two nights here on a motorcycle tour of Poland.
It is in the heart of the old town where all roads are cobbled with many irregular shaped and sized stones, nightmare in the wet. The hotel is next to the Kamek museum and open air stage and music venue, to get to it means riding down (then up) a fairly steep hill on cobbles, best if you don't stop at the top (or go up on the path).
Rooms are good, comfy and large no complaints with this, reception is very helpful despite the language issue.
Breakfast is very basic the coffee being tasteless, two evening meals were less than appetising, edible but that's just about it. Good job there wasn't much of it, best to eat out as there are loads of bars and restaurants within easy walking.More