The hotel was neat, the theme is obvious.... Next door is the restaurant, and that is where the awesome really starts. Fantastic food! I highly recommend this for a weekend getaway. Lots of places to see in the area..
Stay here about once a year. Small hotel with a variety of room styles. Rooms are always clean and nicely decorated in an old world charm. Staff is friendly and attentive. Prices are good for what you get.
My girlfriend and I ate here tonight. We were seated promptly, but then the waiting began. The place wasn’t overly busy (Thursday night 7:00) We sat there for over 10 minutes before a woman who appeared to be the owner, or at least Mgr., noticed that we had been sitting without even a glass of water, asked if we’d been helped. After telling her no, she quickly brought us some bread and two waters. As we sat there, still waiting for someone to take our order, we watched a single woman seated, and have her order taken. Finally, a waitress appeared and took our order. My girlfriend ordered the Bavarian platter, part of which was her favorite, the potato pancakes. She asked for the applesauce that traditionally comes with them and was told they didn’t serve it that way. We’ve eaten at several German restaurants, and it always comes with the apple sauce. I even googled “German potato pancakes” just now and every photo shows the applesauce. Next, I ordered the goulash. We watched the single woman, who had gotten there after us eat her meal, pay, and leave while we still were waiting for our food to arrive. So the food arrives and it’s nothing like I expected, it was roast beef smothered in brown gravy with four small pieces of bread on the side....the exact bread we had been served with our water while waiting for our waitress. I was very disappointed, I know what German goulash is, and this wasn’t, but to make sure, before I wrote this review, I also googled “German goulash”.....as I knew this was not it. What I did notice was an exact photo of what I was served and it said “Czech Goulash”. The reason I’m making this point is that after we finished our meals, (I ate the roast beef, not the bread) The owner or Mgr woman, came back over and asked how it was, I said “good, but not what I expected” Wanting to change the subject, and because she had an adorable European accent, I said “where are you from?”....meaning , what part of Germany?, she replied “Czech Republic” And then in not a friendly way she said “Where are you from? Texas?”....I laughed because I’m a big guy and said “why, because all things are big in Texas?., no I’m from Branson, Missouri”....she walked away. About 10 minutes later, after we had paid our bill, my girlfriend went to the restroom as I waited at the table. The Czech woman walked halfway to our table and just stared at me for about a minute and then asked “what are you doing?”.....I said “I’m just waiting for my girlfriend”....it was an awkward exchange. So.....be warned, this appears to be a Czech version of a German restaurant with bad service & average food served anything but the traditional German way. …
We booked a king room with a two person tub at this Inn for a weekend trip to Eureka Springs. The property itself is beautiful and quiet. Our room had a private balcony on the 2nd floor. We never heard any noises coming from neighbors, so the room was very quiet. The tub was a nice touch, although the walk in shower was pretty small. The room and bathroom were quite large in comparison to standard hotel room sizes these days. We love the décor and style as it has a very traditional Bavarian feel. The restaurant was terrific also. Food and service were exceptional. We will certainly try to stay here or at least stop by the restaurant the next time we are in the area. Highly recommend!
This was a great place for us. The staff was friendly and went out of the way to recommend places to eat/go. The room was spacious and comfortable. The location was perfect. Far enough from the busiest area, but with its own trolley stop to take us right down to where the action was. 10/10 would stay here again.