We stayed here for 3 nights in January 2020, and we would definitely go back again.
The hotel is a converted house and has 10 units total. We had a large room for a family of 3, with one queen bed and one twin bed. The neighbourhood is quiet, a relief after noisy Bangkok. Our room had a small, fully enclosed, very safe balcony with a clothes drying rack. The one downside was the safe, which was tiny and wasn't bolted to the closet. A thief could easily just pick up the whole safe and walk away. However, the hotel felt homey and we had no real worries about theft.
The room included a breakfast buffet with hot and cold foods. Both Thai and western breakfast options were offered, and the staff were assiduous in replenishing supplies. Note that the outdoor area, the most pleasant part of the eating area, is technically the smoking zone.
We also booked in-house Thai massages. It was very convenient having our massage in the same building because we could go there in the bathrobes provided by the hotel. We were very satisfied with the one-hour massage.
The staff were extremely friendly, helpful and attentive. When we came back hot and tired after a day of exploring the old city, they quickly brought us cold drinks unasked, even though we had actually already checked out.
The location was also good. The hotel is on a side street so it's quiet at night, but lively Ratchadamnoen Street is a short walk away and you can easily hail a tuk-tuk to take you to a night market. Not all the drivers the seem to know the hotel, so take a business card from the front desk because it has the name written in Thai and a map on the back. Or ask the driver to take you to Wat Phra Singh, which is just around the corner.