The good: the rooms are large – it is actually two rooms, one bedroom and one lounge with a kitchenette at one side with an electric hob, fridge and some electric device to boil hot water.
There is a large balcony with table and chairs.
Air conditioning was quite good – a unit in both bedroom and lounge.
Not so good: this is the first seaside hotel I stayed for many years that did not provide normal beach towels.
Parking – yes, there is parking as advertised. What you can’t see from the hotel description is that the last 400 yards to the parking you are supposed to drive along a very narrow road with very steep incline and turns which is only one car wide without any passing places (and those bits where it potentially could be possible to pass have car parked). So unless you are comfortable to reverse round the corner at a steep gradient when you meet a car in opposite direction (like locals obviously are, but tourists from flatter countries might not be), I would not advise to bring a car (I managed, but if the road was better I would have used the car I rented more that I did – it is not the road itself that I found difficult but dealing with cars driving in opposite direction). And judging by building activities along that road (frozen for holiday season so not impacting the holidaymakers in any way) it is only going to get worse.