Very idiosyncratic and unusual, this place seems to be made of a couple of shacks knocked together. Perhaps it was the social hub of the settlement when the miners used to come down from Queenstown and that's how it got the name Lett's Inn.
The room I stayed in has the view down the pier and was fine for my purposes. There was a television, if you like that kind of thing, and a fireplace. The kitchen was well appointed and the water was hot in the shower.
You have to like intimacy though as some of the doors are curtains and the bathroom has a gate to indicate occupation.
It was a fun place to stay. If you are travelling around Tasmania, and particularly the quieter West part of the country be aware that evening meals are served between 6:30 and 7:30pm, 8pm is considered late!
We had a boat trip with the locally owned World Heritage Cruises, which I would also recommend.