First off, I don't really understand why it's listed here as a B&B. It's a hotel with a restaurant occupying its first floor.
A modest plaque on the wall states that it was first built in 1520, burned down and was rebuilt a few times, last time after WWII. Another plaque informs the visitor that Crown prince Friedrich Wilhelm, future emperor Friedrich III, stayed in this hotel in 1885. Unaware of these historic facts we wanted to experience a country inn by staying in a rustic room which turned to be rather pseudo-rustic, yet very nice and spacious, with modern bathroom facilities, and free Wi-Fi with a very long password though. The staff in traditional dresses are friendly and very helpful: leaving early? we'll fix a breakfast box for you; changed your mind? no problem, the breakfast's ready. And what a breakfast it was! Great selection of cheeses and breads. Cold cuts ran the gamut, all fresh and most likely locally produced, with delicious liverwurst beating the... More