Our experience at Alina's was less pleasant than expected.
First the positives:
-Clean kitchen with most utensils necessary for cooking
-The listing does not mention that there is a city tax of 1.5 euros per person per day. Only after we booked the place, did Alina mention we will have to pay it on arrival
-We never met Alina, but an old man showed us the place. He was not as warm in answering our questions, so we were reluctant the whole stay to ask him questions.
-Bad heating, the room was cold throughout our stay
-Very bad WiFi connection as it was sketchy and when it did connect, it was slow
-The kitchen lacked the basic necessities to even make a coffee. There was just some salt in a small plastic cup and 2 spoonfuls of olive oil in a makeshift jar. When we contacted the host for some sugar to make some coffee, she promptly replied "You can get all you want from the supermarket"
We eventually had to buy full jars and packets of coffee and sugar.