One of the oldest.hot springs, family owned. Very rustic with several pools none are that hot, maybe 101 is the hottest. It was fun to experience - the pools, the bar that is staffed and the keep makes great drinks. It you pay at the end on the "honor system", and the wonderful family meal that is available by reservation on the grounds afterward. It is important to know it is not disabled accessible. The pools are crafted out of cobble stones, access is tricky and the hottest pools require climbing stairs. It is also very softly lite and the pools are not lite. The changing rooms and pools are very clean and well kept.
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