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Our room was nice and the breakfast delicious! We were there when it was hot and there was no air conditioning.
Friendly staff, nice room Hotel is a little outdated and looked tired. Breakfast room is poorly furnished, breakfast coffee was old and tasted bad.
Very friendly and helpful staff, comfortable beds and good food. An excellent place to stop overnight en route from Esbeg to Gnesta. We are staying again on our return journey on 7 April
run down shabby and not very welcoming
We stayed just one night passing through Markaryd. The resturant was closed even though we had requested dinner that night. Markaryd is a very quiet and rural place and we could consider there again. We should have been informed that the resturant was closed.
The food was exellence The room I had was to small.
One of the managers, Jo, is amazing! She really took great care of us. The rooms are very small, no A/C, roll in cot was broken
Beautiful main beautiful and grounds, very restful. Our room was in a dorm annex. The reservation stated an annex, however the building was not really right next to the main hotel and not pictured. I think about 1/2 of the rooms were in this building.
The flavour of old days relax/recover hotel. Located in old Tyringe area with nice family houses. Its called "Kurhotell" but no Spa/swimming pool/Fitness at the hotel. You Have to walk to the Training and Sportsfacilities 500 m away. No staff at the reception or the hotel from 5 in the afternoon until next morning
Excellent breakfast, very nice and helpful staff. The roomsin the "ekebackgarden" building are very good, silent and comfy. The budget rooms have a hostel-like feeling. Still very clean but not so silent.
The typical svedish style
Nice design, good breakfast
The rooms were nice and very clean. The cooking facility was very useful as well as the fridge. Location was wonderful. Difficult to find. Apparently satellite is troublesome and we ended up on a housing estate outside Markaryd first.