If you are looking for good value for your money this place definitely has its appeals. The metro is just around the corner, there is a bakery opposite of the house and two supermarkets in very close proximity. The room is small but adequate and quite clean.
If, however, you are looking for the typical Airbnb experience, meaning being part of a family, interacting with the people and really living like a local then this is NOT the place for you. He is nice enough but she is obviously uncomfortable with having a stranger in her home. On my second day I wanted to eat at the dining table that was set for 3 people (at that point I still thought "Oh, how nice, they put out a place mat for me as well"), when I was very rudely told that the dining area was forbidden for me as it was their private space (hey, it's not like it's their bedroom and nobody was sitting there at that moment) and I was sent to my tiny room where I was supposed to eat at the desk all by myself. Later on I found out that the third place mat was actually meant for their daughter, who was never mentioned nor introduced to me.
Also when I asked whether I could borrow a hair dryer I felt that she really did not want to give it to me and would not have been surprised if she had rolled her eyes at me (she did hand it to me though).
Never was I asked the question "How was your day?" and it was very obvious that she wanted as little conversation as possible. I must admit that she did ask if I had slept well.
Anyway, if you are travelling by yourself and don't care about human interaction, maybe even prefer to be left alone then this is the perfect place for you. Otherwise... not.