Clean, modern room but stay was spoiled by the room being unbearably hot. We arrived early evening, put suitcases in room and went out for dinner. When we arrived back the heat hit us as soon as we opened the door. There appeared to be some sort of air conditioning unit in the room so we attempted to change the temperature in the room. As we couldn't get it to work and the only information we could find in the room was in Polish my partner went off to find someone to help. He returned a few minutes later with who we presume was the owner ( he spoke no English but had shown us to our room) who opened both the balcony and our room doors and went to leave. He seemed amused by what he had done, I was not! We pointed to the box in the wall and he shook his head and left! Leaving the balcony door open all night was not an option as it was a shared balcony and we had no idea who was in the other room ( no idea why it was a shared balcony as it was split into 2 parts so could easily have been divided by something) and obviously we weren't going to go to sleep with the room door open. Sleeping was impossible, my partner spent most of the night moving from the bed to the balcony and I soaked a towel and wrapped it around my neck. The following morning we tried to book somewhere else but needed to be local as we were going to a wedding that afternoon. As we couldn't find somewhere we decided the best option was to go out and buy a free standing fan, which we did ( this cost only £10 so hardly an expensive item for the place to provide) this helped enormously and the second night we slept. We had booked for 3 nights but left the next day as the wedding was now over so there was no need to be there. I appreciate that this is only a small place but if they want to attract British guests they need to be more welcoming, perhaps have room information in English?