It is a very nicely restored old mill, with a certainly expansive interior design ( with some exceptions, that reminded me of the Zauberberg).
For this reason you do not get an house key which makes it difficult when you come home late or want to walk the dog in the night.
Anyhow the dogs were welcome and well treated by everyone.
The rooms are either one ore two levelled and immaculate clean (unfortunatly there was allready some fungi in our bathroom that had two showers but no tub).
The breakfast is not continental but Italian, Coffe or tea, orange juice made from some instant powder, bread, croissants, jam honey, butter.
If you want eggs, prosciutto, cheese or fresh orange juice you have to pay for separately and it is not cheap (6-8 € each).
The owner is a well known cook and again betwenn excellent and nothing to write home about but highly priced, the antipast around €18 the seconds around 20€.
The wine cellar is well equipped with italian wines starting with 28€.
The true problem we had, was we had a complete week of cold and rainy weather, and it was cold in the rooms but the heating was shut off allready but in spite of our complaints it was not turned on again.