Exactly as described. The Breezy was a cute little teeny tiny home, with refrigerator and tea kettle in the room. There was enough room for two of us (a couple, one 5' and one 6'4"!) to sleep comfortably. The restrooms, shower rooms, and laundry room were easy to access on the far side of the building next door -- everything was clean and secure, and there was enough room to change in each shower room so you didn't have to worry about walking out into common space in a towel or robe. There is a small market and health services center in the same building, in case you needed anything.
What I really appreciated about this stay is that it supports the work of Mobile Loaves and Fishes, which helps people transition out of chronic homelessness. If you want to do good in your sleep -- or wake up to opportunities to help people by volunteering while you're there -- the Community Inn tiny homes are a great place to stay!