The reason to stay at this hotel is the cuisine, arranged by Peter Zimmerman, which is quite wonderfully excellent. On a pleasant evening you eat on a large west-facing patio overlooking the plain of the River Rhine stretching across to France. Fabulous view but sun in your eyes can be a bit of a problem, despite their array of sun umbrellas.
The hotel side of things is well enough managed, but the rooms are not large (and shower, not bath). Breakfast excellent with (as always in Germany) plenty of varieties of fresh rolls to choose from, with cheese and ham. A bit mean with the jam and honey though. Inexpensive B&B rate.
The hotel is quite high up the hillside and approached by a more or less private narrow road. Absolutely no passing cars at night.
Only snag was we arrived on a Tuesday -- the hotel is unstaffed on Tuesdays, and we had a difficult and trying conversation on a very bad mobile phone line to get complicated instructions how to actually get in. This was quite aggravating for 30 mins but worth it in the end.
The hotel is under the shoulder of the mountain from the mobile phone transmitter, and you only get a weak signal from a French (!) aerial; no internet connection at all, although the tourist office in town have a public free computer you can check your emails on.
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