This is one of the most welcoming hotels we've stayed at on our entire 6 month trip.
The hostess Anny makes this place what it is, her warmth, kindness and constant attention to the needs of the guests goes above and beyond anything we expected, and really made this place feel like home for us. Anny was incredibly attentive and would often come up to us offering us water or extra fruit for breakfast, constantly greeted us with a smile and was great at making recommendations about sights or other points of interest. We arrived before the official check-in time, and our room wasn't ready yet. We set ourselves up to rest in the hotel's café area, but after a short while Anny said we could rest in a different room, free of charge, which we really appreciated.
The room was fairly basic, but contained all the necessities. We are normally picky about shared bathrooms, but there were only two rooms on our floor, so this surprisingly didn't bother us at all. Rooms and bathroom were very clean. The A/C and wifi worked fine.
The hotel has a nice breakfast/café area, and offers a simple, free breakfast of toast, jam, butter, tea/coffe and bananas. We spruced this up with some of our own mango and dragonfruit from the market and really enjoyed our slow morning breakfasts at the hotel. There are also several nice balconies throughout the building that you can sit at, enjoying the view over the river.
The location is okay, the hotel has a very affordable bicycle rental for 50 baht/day which we used on several days to visit the surrounding sights. The bikes themselves are in great condition.
The hotel offers a boat tour which stops at three temples for 200 baht per person. We made use of this on the day of our arrival and it was a great way to get an overview of some of the sights and spend a relaxed afternoon.
For me, there is absolutely nothing bad to be said about the hotel. Everything was great. The only thing we found is that there didn't seem to be a great choice of food in the nearby surroundings. There are a few restaurants in walking distance, but many are higher priced and you have to walk quite a bit further for the cheaper (and often better) local food.
There is a great night market about half an hour's walk away that you can visit in the evening for food and shopping opportunities. We rented bikes on most days though, so this wasn't a big issue as we were able to cycle to restaurants further afield.