The flat is on several levels and the eating area up several steps and down a corridor.. I would not consider this flat suitable for young children because of the steps and low windows. We were five adults (mum and four children 19-25) and any more would have been uncomfortable with just one bathroom and seating available. The flat is noisy as on route from YHA, above a parade of shops, opposite a car park and on a bus route - lots of early deliveries and rubbish collections. We didn't mind the hourly, church clock chimes. It was a choice of windows open or stifle in the heat. I imagine noise would be worse in high season. The flat is above a chip shop so smelt of oil all the time. Location is excellent and we managed to get free parking each evening a little way down the road, but it was not school holidays so not that busy - bring a supply of coins to be on the safe side. Fun to watch trains out of back window and jets flying above. Kitchen very well appointed and extras like foil, cling film, dishwasher tablets, washing up liquid, hand wash, loo rolls were supplied. Water pressure in shower very good but shower quite small. Check out is 10am so was surprised to open door to leave and see cleaner (a nice woman, if a little eager) standing outside before 10am. We felt pressured to get out quickly and when I went back to check all the bags were out at 9:58 she was starting on the bathroom! I feel that the communal areas are a little dated and it would be possible to install a second bathroom, but on balance we all agree we would choose this flat again because of its location and the fact that we were out most of the time, but we'd all bring ear plugs!