This was (as others have written) an acceptable private hotel with a large restaurant downstairs. I had unfortunately an extremely heavy bag on this stay, since I was traveling with some heavy equipment that I didn't want to risk leaving in the car, and so my main complaint would be about the many stairs. The hotel sits on a steep hill, and the parking place is uphill behind the hotel, but to enter from the parking area, one must climb down two flights of stairs to the entrance, and then climb back up two or three flights of stairs to the rooms about the restaurant. Normally, for a fit person with a normal size bag this wouldn't be such a problem. But for hauling heavy bags (and I imagine if you were older or disabled or out of shape) the hotel would be a problem.
The single room I had was small, but clean and comfortable. My dog was welcome and the staff was very friendly, and even suggested different nearby places for nice walks with the dog.
Coffee and tea was provided in the room, and there was a "mini bar" of sorts in a fridge in the hallway where you could buy a cold drink.
It had a window facing the back, and the employees of the restaurant (I think? or maybe other guests?) stood under my window on the back patio talking loudly, which wasn't so pleasant.
I also had a room with the entrance right on the landing of the stairwell (I guess the other rooms are down in separate hallways), which meant that I heard everyone going up and down the stairs all night and early in the morning.
But overall it is fine, not too expensive,
I did not eat at the restaurant (breakfast was not included, and I didn't pay the extra 5 euro for it).
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