This hotel is situated next to a farm, about a mile from the village center. Younger travelers could walk to the center in about a half-hour, but older folks would need to drive. However, there seemed to be plenty of pay parking on the village streets and in nearby lots.
The hotel is built on a hill with a restaurant on one level and the rooms on the second level. However, you have to go walk up about two sets of stairs just to get to the restaurant. Our room was very clean, bright, and fairly spacious with a small balcony, a large armoire, and a nice bathroom with a good-sized shower. The room looked out over a field with trees and sheep grazing on the hillside.
Parking is in a small lot on the front side of the hotel, but when the lot is full, you must park farther away along the road into town. A typical German breakfast was included and guests were offered an egg cooked to order. The fact that the hotel had a restaurant was a plus because there is nowhere else to eat nearby.
The few members of the staff were always hustling, especially in the restaurant, which seved townspeople and catered parties in addition to the hotel's clientele. Julia, the manager, speaks English well and was very accommodating, even to the point of driving us into town to the railway station one day. She also went on the Internet and found some tourist information that we requested.
This is a nice, pleasant hotel. If you don’t mind being out of town and having to carry luggage up a couple flights of stairs, it would be perfect.
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