I was here for one night on business and found the hotel over the internet.
The family owned hotel is located on the fringes of the town of Osterburken and the road itself only has destination traffic. So it is very quiet at night.
The hotel overlooks some fields and the nearest building is a home for the elderly.
The hotel has a typical German feel to it, with lots of pine furniture and tiled fire places.
Also the owners appear fascinated by stuffed animals- the taxidermist ones I mean,(they were every where).
There is wifi which you can order via the reception (did not try it, so the rate and speed unknown)
Although I did not venture into town I guess it is a 10-15 minute down hill walk to get there on foot.
I was put in a room in a building adjacent to the main building and also appears to be the dwelling of of one of the family members.
The room itself was simple, single bed, desk with small TV and some storage space.
The bathroom, with shower, toilet, washing basin and bidet was roomy and light.
It does have a hair dryer as well. All basic but neat. Which is fine considering the € 55 per night rate
My only comment is that in my room the curtains did not fully cover the windows, which means it gets light very early. Breakfast was a whopping € 4,-- and had cereals, yoghurt, rolls, etc. Best priced breakfast I ever encountered in Germany so far.
The restaurant itself is of average quality and priced as such.
Nothing fancy, just a decent meal with a decent price.