Friendly service. There's a nice, but basic, kids play area in the front. It's a chalet-type quiet village. Staff were accommodating.
Advert said free wifi but there wasn't any internet service. We booked a non-smoking room, but there were staff smoking in an office room across the hallway.
Amiable hosts, Pleasent location - village 1km - 15 min. walk, Good authentic local food, Rustic building ( though seen better days! )
The rooms we stayed in were nothing like the ones shown on their web page. They resemble small boarding school dormatories. In fact our requested 'Double' was in fact two bunk beds, laid end-to-end. To be fair, we did see inside some vacated rooms and these were much bigger family sized rooms. Also the toilet and shower were shared with the whole floor and were no better than campsite standard.
The hospitality was wonderful and so was the food. Staff extremely helpful and friendly. Liked the rustic decor and homely feel to the hotel.
Our bedrooms were rather small and beds not that comfortable.
They stayed open until midnight because we were arriving late. The local village was very pretty.
The rooms were very small with only a split sofa bed, top to tail, in one (booked as a double); shared bathrooms; old and dingy staircase; more of a hostel than a guesthouse. Continental breakfast was a bit limited consisting of a few slices of bread and some pats of butter and jam. The hostel is unfortunately located next to a noisy saw mill with train track.
very good dinner, nice people (especially the cook)
rooms should have been cleaner, but for that money (34 Euro/night) totally acceptable
Location helpfull staff
Water was turned off untill 7am
very expensive for what it has to offer
Nothing much, except staff was frendly
This is not a hotel. Maybe it has only one star but im not sure about that. It is old, dirty and has one bathroom for all rooms, etc...
Owners were very pleasant and friendly.
Value for money was not good. Quite expensive for a shared bathroom and fairly basic facilities.