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Located in Mittlach-le-haut, Les Rondins De La Fecht offers B&B accommodation sitting in a garden, just 12 km from Schnepfenriedwasen Ski Resort. Guests have access to free Wi-Fi and hiking maps. The guest rooms feature wooden, exposed beams. There are all equipped with an en suite bathroom with free toiletries and hairdryer, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and an electric kettle. A range of pastries, bread, homemade jams and fresh fruit juices is served at breakfast. Regional meals can be prepared by the hosts upon request. There is a supermarket in Metzeral, just 5 km away. Guests can visit the famous Alsatian Christmas Markets as well as sample the famous winter cuisine such as foie gras and enjoy the decorated Christmas trees. Guests can drive 11 km to Munster in France or 70 km to Mulhouse. Colmar Train Station and access to A35 Motorway are 30 km away.
Pros: It is a family owned and operated small bed and breakfast in a beautiful setting. We made a stop on a hiking trip along the GR5 here and haven't ordered diner in advance, but nevertheless the landlady made us a 4 course diner (with self-made ice cream as the desert) for us (and charged only 17.50€ for it), which we ate together with their nice family. The owner offered self-made Pinot Blanc, which was superb (2€ per glas). The room was nice as advertised and very clean and comfortably.
Cons: The only very small complaint is a the breakfast where they offered only 2 kinds of jam (also self made). Maybe they should add a kind of cheese and salami, but this is a very small thing, everything else is perfect.
Pros: This bed and breakfast is situated in Mittlach, right in the centre of the mountains. It's a mountain lover's paradise and there are many hiking routes in the area. The hosts of the property were extremely friendly and helpful. The accommodation was cosy and comfortable. We will definitely pass this way again and hope to be able to reserve a room at this place. Breakfast was a bit basic but homemade jams were provided and the host even let us taste some local cheese which was delicious. The Maison du Fromage (Munster) is very near to the property. Everything about this place was just pico bello!
Cons: The aim was for us to visit and hike in La Bresse and, according to booking.com, this was 16km away. However, the distance was calculated by "how the crow flies" and La Bresse was actually more than an hour away by car. However, Mittlach was just as beautiful and this convinced us to stay there and explore the place instead of going to La Bresse
Pros: Friendly people :) they have lots of documentation about the activities nearby. They can advise on the ski stations and the walks to do near their place. You can have an excellent meal for a correct price in the evening if you request. Normal breakfast (very good) is included, eggs and ham breakfast for 3€. Big rooms very clean, comfortable beds, free tea and coffee, cosy place all in wood :)
Cons: Nothing, all perfect
Pros: Hiking routes around are amazing, but you need a car to get there.
Cons: No warm breakfast.
Pros: Quiet and comfortable. Delicious cuisine, mainly with homemade, home-grown or at least local produce. Lovely owners. Excellent place to unwind after that scenic mountain hike, or just a busy week.
Pros: The property is fairy isolated and in an isolated village providing no services. We were on foot, walking on the GR5, and found the stay at Les Rondins de la Fecht fully satisfying. The wooden building is outstanding fron the outside and bright and cosy inside. Madame Solange provided also an excellent dinner with vegetables from the garden and home made ice cream I will remember. She and her husband shared the table with us and the other guests and I would have enjoyed the conversation more had my French been better. The only 'danger' in the area are wild animals...
Pros: This B&B is located in a beautiful and very quiet area in the mountains, by a stream. The house is mostly made of wood and charming. We received a very warm welcome from Guy and Solange. The bedrooms are large and spotless. The bathrooms are modern and very clean (Solange cleans them every day!). The place is very relaxing and an ideal starting point for walks in the mountains. It is possible to have dinner on order and the food is fantastic. We had a very enjoyable and relaxing stay and we will be back!
Pros: Absolutely perfect! The hosts are so kind and welcoming. The location is perfect for the number of hikes in the area and the food was absolutely delicious. Can’t wait to return
With a stay at Les Lupins in Geishouse, you'll be 7.7 mi (12.3 km) from Le Markstein Ski Resort and 13.4 mi (21.5 km) from Hartmannswillerkopf. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Cosy house, very friendly host, great terrace, fine breakfast.
Cons: Lounging facilities inside the house are not too comfortable. You can't stand in the shower.
Pros: Great location close to the Ballons des Vosges. The view out the window is really nice, the location quiet. There are great hiking tracks at 15-20 min by car (e.g. Markstein, Ventron). The accommodation is really well equipped (i.e. kitchenette, comfortable bed and a sauna!), cleaned and the decoration is warm and cosy. The breakfast is very tasty!
Pros: Greeted by a very friendly owner & her husband. Our room was set up as an apartment with a kitchen/dining/lounge room & separate bedroom. It was very homely, if a bit old fashioned. The bed was comfortable, although the room was very hot overnight. We enjoyed a walk through the village with great views around the Vosges. Breakfast was a delight with everything being home-made. Our host joined us at breakfast & her delightful grandchildren came along too & entertained us.
With a stay at Auberge du Mehrbachel in Saint-Amarin, you'll be in the mountains, and 25.4 mi (40.9 km) from La Bresse-Hohneck and 7 mi (11.3 km) from Grand Ballon. Featured amenities include luggage storage, a safe deposit box at the front desk, and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Lunch and dinner was very nice. Nice people running the hotel.
Cons: Breakfast wasn't great.
Pros: A fabulous hotel in a great location. Great view over the valley in the morning with the cow bells tinkling in the backgound. We really enjoyed the food at the restaurant, the chef and his team do an amazing job. Also enjoyed the sauna as a special treat.
Pros: The hotel is hidden up the mountain and hence is in a very quiet area with a fabulous view. It is possible to purchase local produce directly from the family-run farm. The staff are very pleasant and friendly. The rooms are functional and some have a small balcony overlooking the valley. The choice for breakfast is good, although strong-tasting local hams and cheeses are not to everyone's liking. It was pleasant to watch the working dog guide calves down from the field and to see the donkey's and Lama just next to the hotel. I cannot comment on the spa amenities . Everything is nice and clean.
Cons: I was surprised to note that the extra-large double bed comprised of two single matresses placed side-by-side with two single quilts. This was not a problem since the two matresses did not separate. This is not unusual for some part of Europe near Germany, but it would have been appreciated if this had been specified at the time of booking. I had selected this hotel since it had a restaurant, only to find that on the night I booked, the restaurant was closed, so be careful when booking to make sure the restaurant is open. There doesn't seem to be a lot to do in the immediate area unless you are prepared for a very steep walk up the mountain and back, or drive back down to the valley. Fine for 1 night, but could be boring for a longer period. The cold soft-boiled eggs were disgusting at breakfast. It would have been much better to either boil them to order or invest in a boiling machine. The local hams and cheeses were too strong for my liking for breakfast. The wifi connection was terrible - almost non-existent in the room I was allocated. I did not bother to see if it was any better in communal areas. Mobile telephone access was impossible with my operator (SFR). An ideal place to stay if you want to "lose contact" and hence choose such a lovely mountain retreat.
Pros: The restaurant is very good with products from own farm, it doesn't open every day, instead of this the hotel proposed menu for the customers. You can walk in the forest nearby. The calm and silent atmosphere. Very good and new wellness centre (hammam, sauna). Towels for sauna are available in the room.
Cons: Far away from ski resorts
Pros: real farm; real Alsatian hospitality
Pros: breakfast was really nice and also the view is unbeatable! Good location and friendly staff
Cons: nothing in particular, internet could be better
Pros: Very quiet and lovely place, excellent food
Pros: the view
Cons: no beakfast before 8:00 the week-end, the shower in the bath
Pros: nice bedroom with a balcony and beautiful view. excellent food from the farm ! quiet place enough parking space
Pros: Very quiet spot in the middle of the countryside with a very nice spa.
Located in Sengern along the Alsace Wine Route, Ferme du Mouton Noir offers B&B accommodation in a traditional house with a terrace and garden. It is set within the Vosges Regional Park. Decorated in a typical Alsatian style, all rooms feature free Wi-Fi access, a wardrobe and heated towel rail, while some also include wooden beams. The en suite bathroom includes free toiletries. A continental breakfast is served in the communal room, which also offers kitchen facilities to the guests. Mulhouse is a 35-minute drive away and Colmar is a 45-minute drive from the property. Skiing activities can be found 12 km away and free private parking is possible on site.
Pros: Very comfortable, clean, friendly hosts, good breakfast
Cons: Extra pillows would be nice
Pros: The host was lovely and welcoming. The breakfast was good - we loved the homemade jams and apple juice.
Cons: Very bad wifi connection. Not a big fan of sharing the table with other guests for breakfast.
Pros: Continental breakfast - eggs not provided - only cold meats , cheese , juice , coffee , bread rolls , croisaants - all good
Pros: Quiet place, large room and very nice bathroom. We liked much breakfest which has been served. Nice a friendly people.
Pros: Very cosy and extremely clean place with minimum facilities. Lovely owners. We will come back!
Pros: Very good bathroom (bath with bubbles). My son really loved it! And we as well off course. Very nice breakfast. Very friendly hosts. Good advice for dinner and wine tasting. Clean and large bedroom. Really would recommend this place.
Cons: Nothing that comes to mind
This former farmhouse is located in a hamlet in the Alsace region. It offers individually decorated guest rooms with a balcony offering panoramic views of the Vosges Massif. Guest rooms have a classical décor and some feature a seating area. All rooms are equipped with a TV. Each soundproofed room has a private bathroom. The restaurant at Les 4 Saisons features antique objects and serves gourmet cuisine. Meals can be accompanied by a regional wine from the hotel wine cellar. Breakfast can be taken on the shaded terrace. With free private parking on site, the hotel 4 Saisons is 40 km from Gérardmer. Mulhouse is 45 km away.
Pros: Kind service. Very good dinner.
Cons: Small double beds
Pros: Very helpful staff, idyllic location, delicious breakfast, very clean.
Cons: I could hear the people in the next room talking. They were just speaking in a normal voice, but it was quite audible. There was also occasional noise from the plumbing. I must hope that, due to the location and nature of the hotel, it would not attract any rowdy visitors, so noise shouldn’t be a problem most of the time.
Pros: Lots of charm and good food .The location is amazing ,nice view from the room.
Cons: The bathroom is a little bit small
Pros: Great food and friendly staff. Lovely view and very quiet.
Cons: No internet connection in the room we stayed in
Pros: Great view, situated on the top of the hill
Cons: Difficult acces, snow on the road.
Pros: The bed was extra comfortable. The staff were extremey friendly and accommodating. The restaurant menu was excellent and very varied, and the choice of wines was exceptional. Sauna available but I did not use it. It's a perfect place for couples and families, in a very quiet spot.
Cons: Nothing to say.
Offering free mountain bikes and free WIFi, Les Volets Bleus Alsace Vosges is located in Urbès. A continental breakfast is served every morning and it can be taken on the terrace. Each room here will provide you with a TV and a DVD player. The private bathroom includes free toiletries. You can enjoy mountain view from the room. You can enjoy tea and coffee for free, available all day, accompanied by homemade loafs or cookies. Les Volets Bleus Alsace Vosges has a 24-hour front desk. Other facilities offered at the property include a games room with table tennis and it is also possible to store your luggage and ski equipment. An array of activities can be enjoyed in the surroundings, including skiing, cycling and hiking. The property offers free parking and Euro Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport is 54 km away.
Pros: Warm welcome by the owner and very good breakfast. Excellent recommendations of restaurants
Pros: The B&B is conveniently located in a quiet corner of Urbés, close to many nice walks in the nature. The place is very nice and clean, the rooms are decorated with a lot of teddy bears, following the owner's passion for teddy bears. The breakfast was perhaps simple in terms of choices but great in terms of quality, with a lot of exquisite home-made jams. I think the great thing about this place is represented by its owners. Fabian and Sebastian are two very nice and helpful people that make you feel like home and are always ready to help you. If you like an informal and friendly place to spend some nights, this is an excellent choice!
Cons: Honestly, I have nothing to complain about.
Many activities such as winter sports (skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing.), hiking (the hotel is located on the GR5), fishing for gourmet and the wine route is only some kilometers. In a very quiet place where you can enjoy the charm of nature. Its rooms have a private bathroom, TV and free Wi-Fi. Of local and regional specialties are served in the restaurant Valneige. Fixed-price menus and à la carte are offered. There is also a bar open all day, which also hosts the locals. The hotel is a half hour drive from the ski resort of La Bresse, 12 minutes from the ski resort and 50 km Schnepfenried Gérardmer.
Pros: Very comfy and cosy. Staff attentive and warmful.
Cons: Wifi needs improvement
Pros: Excellent stay! All is new and clean! Dinner and breakfast (as demi-pension) in its family run restaurant was delicious! Food was prepared with love and served by the owners! Overall it was outstanding experience. Moreover I have to mention the beautiful trails and nearby lakes and waterfall in the mountains which is must if you are in this area.
Pros: Friendly welcome by the host. Large room with good beds. Nice place to discover the Vosges and cities like Strasbourg and Colmar. Good breakfast.
Cons: The dinner was not very special but rather expensive.
Pros: Very comfortable bed, clean room and house. The host and staff is very friendly. A selection of books and brochures is available to be borrowed for making excursions in the Vosges. Close to Col de la Schluct and other trekking routes.
Cons: The house was under renovation from the outside, but in practice this did not cause us any issues, works did not start until after we had our breakfast. There is no shop or restaurant in Sondernach, one has to go to Munster to buy anything, and even in Munster restaurants close very early. This is something to be borne in mind when organising your daily schedule.
Pros: Owners were totally engaged in making visit perfect. Breakfast was very good.
Cons: Squeaky floors but heh, it is an old building almost perfectly restored.
Pros: The bed and bathroom were great .
Cons: We didnt like that we had to put our shoes in a closet that didnt smell that good and we needed to put on slippers; who are used also for other guests. So not very hygienic i think. It was very noisy; because its an old building. In our room they put a carpet over the damaged floor. We felt like we had to whisper all the time and walk on your toes; because you can hear everything. We booked 4 days, and no cleaning. Nothing. We had to ask for new towels and toiletpapier. We were not allowed to eat or drink in the room. The night before we left; she insist and promised to take breakfast before leaving at 7 ; but nobody was up. So we just left.
Pros: The hosts were very friendly and even provided us with ski clothing. We were also allowed to check out around 6pm.
Pros: Very nice and clean room. The house is very beautiful and warm thanks to a nice fireplace. Breakfast is good with fresh products and local cheese.
Cons: The house is extremely clean, but almost too clean, we did not feel so much at ease as everything was always put back in place and cleaned every 2 minutes. I'm happy to be in a clean house but this was a little over the top for us. We had dinner there (it's possible every Friday). The food was very good (esp. local cheeses and wines), but most of it was bought and not home-made which was a bit disappointing.
Pros: Coffee made for us after a trip out, The owner may make an evening meal from local produce if enough people want it.
Set in a renovated farmhouse surrounded by a mature garden, Les Arts Verts offers B&B accommodation in Kruth. You can enjoy the sauna, the terrace with sun loungers and visit the Wesserling Parc, which is just 4 km away. Opening onto the garden, the heated rooms at Les Arts Verts are artistically decorated. Each room features a flat-screen TV, a desk and an electric kettle. The private bathroom is fitted with a shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. A continental breakfast with homemade produce is included and served daily in the common lounge or on the terrace. Dinners are also available, upon prior reservation. Les Arts Verts is equipped with free Wi-Fi and you can visit the owner’s studio with original paintings and engravings. Free private parking is also possible on site and the Lake of Kruth is 1 km from the B&B.
Cons: Owners have an expectation that you eat evening meals with them which is extra cost above advertised cost on booking.com I found that to be a little ackward.
With a stay at B&B Ma Maison Hautes Vosges in Ranspach, you'll be in the mountains, and 13.3 mi (21.4 km) from La Bresse-Hohneck and 10.3 mi (16.5 km) from Musée du Textile des Vosges. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The friendliness of the family. The mark of a good B&B is feeling at ease and I felt very comfortable here. I was in Alsace to learn more about the French/German fighting in this area during 1914/1915. In particular the bitter fighting on Hartmannswillerkopf. My host Daniel was terrific in helping with advice, computer printouts and maps. The location meant I didn't need to travel far to find what I was looking for. Alsace has so much to offer the traveller. I will certainly be hoping to return in 2019.
Cons: I have no complaints at all.
Pros: One of the places where you can go to disconect from everything. Will go again when I will have the chance and would totally recomend it for families.
Pros: Lovely hosts made the stay
This guest house is situated in Wildenstein, just 3 km from Kruth-Wildenstein Lake and offers a garden and a terrace. Guests are free to use the Wi-Fi connection or relax by the fireplace in the lounge. The guest rooms at Le Soleil feature a private balcony and an en suite bathroom with a bath and a hairdryer. There is also an apartment that includes a kitchenette with hotplates and a fridge. A continental breakfast is served every morning in the dining area and evening meals can be prepared by the host upon request. There is a gourmet restaurant just 10 metres away. Free private parking is provided on site and Kruth Train Station is 6 km away. The property is 60 km from Colmar and 40 km from Mulhouse.
Pros: Simple but delicious breakfast. Lovely staff
Pros: Nice cosy rooms, friendly staff.
Cons: There are no credit card facilities so cash only.
With a stay at Chambres d'Hôtes La Charmaie in Husseren-Wesserling, you'll be 13.1 mi (21.1 km) from La Bresse-Hohneck and 10 mi (16.2 km) from Musée du Textile des Vosges. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Friendly place with sweet hosts. Well equipped. We did a bbq one evening. It is close to the mountains, easy to go for hiking.
Pros: - Very good breakfast! - Lovely people. Welcoming. I wish I could speak French so we could learn more about the surroundings and activities. - Spacious room - Kitchen for use - For dinner you can go to Caveau a l'Oree du Parc. Very good food with very nice presentation.
Cons: - The bed wasn't comfortable, I could feel every movement of my partner. - Wifi was instable
Pros: Very nice old house, excellent breakfast, very sympathetic and helpful owner. Fully recommend!!
With a stay at Au Cheval Blanc in Saint-Amarin, you'll be 14.7 mi (23.6 km) from La Bresse-Hohneck and 11.4 mi (18.3 km) from Musée du Textile des Vosges. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Not a lot
Cons: Outside awful, rooms very dated, brown water, broken shower thermostat. Overall not value, property shabby and not welcoming
Pros: Awesome rooms with very good bathroom, friendly people, good food
Pros: Very lovely "route national" hotel in a quiet, well located town for easy access to the Ballon d'Alsace/Le Markstein winter/hiking areas as well as the Parc Wesserling. Hosts were exceptionally accommodating and the in-hotel restaurant has a great menu packed with local specialities (and generous portions...great after a day in the fresh air. Rooms were tidy, comfortable and a great value. Can't say enough about the general atmosphere...which was very laid back and friendly.
Cons: We liked everything!
With a half-timbered facade, this hotel is located in Kruth, a small village on the foot of the Hautes Vosges Mountains. It features free Wi-Fi in the public areas, a traditional restaurant and a pétanque field. Each en suite room at Auberge de France includes a TV, a telephone and a safety deposit box. Some of them have a balcony. Guests can enjoy breakfast on the terrace and relax in the shaded garden. Alsatian specialties with a fine selection of wines are served at the restaurant and children’s menus are also proposed. Guests can go fishing on the Lake of Kruth-Wildenstein, which is an 8-minute drive away. Hiking and biking can also be done in the surrounding area. Kruth Train Station is only 300 metres away.
Pros: POSITIVES: It's a 20-minute drive from La Bresse and the drive is beautiful because it takes you up into the mountain before you get there. The hotel was exactly as pictured. The chef spoke perfect English and jumped in to translate whenever needed. The food at the hotel restaurant was very good too. The desserts were delicious and they had a nice selection of tea. The room had a bathtub and enough space for our ski equipment. The fireplace in the restaurant was nice as well. There was parking on the property, with access to the back door, which made it easier to load and unload our luggage. The place was quiet and, for the most part, we slept well. The breakfast is composed of croissants, bread, marmalade, cheese, ham, yogurt, cereal, hot and cold drinks. There is a toaster provided as well, but no eggs, bacon nor sausages and it costs €9 per person. NEGATIVES: The things we didn't like are things that can easily be improved upon, if the owner would truly want to make this hotel a place where people are happy to return to. For example, when we returned from skiing the first evening, we arrived at the end of dinner service and since we had already eaten at the ski resort, we told the hotel manager or owner, that we were only interested in dessert. We were about to sit down at a table for 2 near the fireplace when she told us, "No, if it's just dessert, you have to sit over there." Anyone who cares about their clients, especially guests who are staying for an extended weekend, would have granted us the table of our choice. It was the end of dinner service, so no one else would have been arriving. In fact, no one else did. The following evening, we decided to eat there for dinner. This time we chose the table where she had sat us the evening before and this time she told us "No, this table is for 3 people." That's when the chef walked in and found us a nice table that we liked. We felt he knew how to treat customers properly.
Cons: The waitress who later served us was also very nice. With two large dining areas, there was absolutely no risk of running out of tables whatsoever. It is better to please the customer, especially when you know it would make no difference to the restaurant. The next morning, we chose to have breakfast there, which is a bit pricey for what you get, especially since the cappuccino was disgusting. I had had a croissant and I was still hungry, so I went to get another croissant. I had it in my hand and was walking back to the table when the hotel manager asked me if I had already eaten a croissant. I said yes, why. She said that I could only have one and to put it back, even though I already had it in my hand. Breakfast is €9 per person but you can only have 1 croissant? Really? I feel this woman is a detriment to this hotel. I don't know if she's the owner or manager, but if she wants people to return, she needs to learn how to treat her customers properly. How much does one croissant cost her? How much money has she lost because we will not return? How much money has she lost from other non-returning guests? We felt there is always an underlying penny-pinching quality. For example, when we left the room on Saturday morning to go skiing, we returned to a cold room that had had the heat switched down to low. We turned it up to high, but the heat did not turn on. We tried to call the reception, but no one ever picked up. We lay in bed freezing until it finally kicked in at 6am or so. Had they left the heat on, the room would have been properly heated. Had they left the blinds closed, as we left them, the room would have retained the heat. This place has lots of potential, if only this woman would stop getting in the way of its success. Her staff is wonderful. In fact, perhaps she should retire and let them take over. Everyone else who worked there was superb and made all the difference.
Pros: Beautiful building. Very comfortable.
Pros: The staff was really nice.
Cons: The room and the bathroom were a little bit cold. A little bit noisy.
Pros: Everything about the stay was great. The owners were extremely friendly and made lots of effort to make sure I was happy. The location is perfect for cycling in the region, and is located right at the bottom of one of the climbs up to the Grand Ballon. The area is very quiet and peaceful and has a nice view of the mountains.
Pros: The hospitality and the good food
Pros: Very friendly and helpful staff. Enthusiastic new owners. Good meal.
Pros: Perfect location for walking and cycling. Staff very helpful. Couldn’t ask for more. Lovely food too!
Pros: We were made very welcome by Rakesh and his partner and nothing seemed to much trouble for them. The location is excellent with the main mountain ridges just 15 minutes by car. We would certainly come back here if we get the chance.
Pros: The staff is super friendly, helpful and accommodating. There is a nice fireplace in the dining area and the price is really good.
Pros: Location and friendly host and hostess
Cons: Bedroom was definitely very dated!
The Hôtel Restaurant Wolf is located next to the Markstein ski station, in the Hautes-Vosges region. It offers a restaurant and there is a ski school nearby. Each guest room at the Hôtel Restaurant Wolf is equipped with a TV and has a private bathroom. Some rooms also have private balconies. The restaurant is set in a cosy dining room with a fireplace, where guests can enjoy regional specialities. In summer meals can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace. The hotel also features a snack bar "La Bulle". Additional facilities at the Hôtel Restaurant Wolf include free on-site parking. There are parking spaces for motorbikes and cyclists and bicycle rental is possible nearby.
Pros: Great value for money rooms directly on the ski slopes; excellent set menu (no choice but quality cooking); rooms were warm if basic - more of a ski lodge than an hotel.
Cons: beds are too short and bathrooms cramped. Two of the lightbulbs in the room didn't work so a bit gloomy. A little noisy in the mornings.
Pros: Close to the ski
Cons: Breakfast was the same everyday and not adequate for a long days skiing !! First come first served Dinner was the nights before left overs!
Pros: great place to stay, very quiet and remote! nice warm rooms, clean bathroom, good beds! diner and breakfast were allright!
Cons: it is a small "town" so there is not a lot to do. early bedtime can be good from time to time. i miss a sauna in this place to be completely zen.
Pros: Nice looking from outside.
Cons: Confusing organisation of all the issues, quality of food below mediocre.
Pros: Owner was kind enough to prepare food for us even though they were not expecting we would want a meal.
Cons: It was very quiet