This small pension has several rooms. The room with the kitchen seems to be permanently rented out and not available. In the same building is “Das Dorfcafé”, so the entrance to the pension is at the back of the building. The place is run by Mr. Sollinger.
Prices vary according to season and depend on how many nights you are staying. The longer the cheaper bascially. We stayed 4 nights and paid Euro 46.00 for the double room including breakfast.
Our room no. 4 was spacious with two single beds, a wardrobe, a chestadrawer, a bench, a small non-working TV, access to a balcony and an ensuite toilet/shower. Since we were there at the end of December/beginning of January when it was very cold, it was a bit awkward that there was no heating in the bathroom. The shower worked great with lots of hot water and there was even a hair dryer. The first couple of days we were very cold in the room as they seemed to have had the heater turned off while no-one was there and it took days to warm up and make sure you check every day that the heater is on maximum as it seemed to me that the heater was turned down by the room maid.
If you have a dog, you may be happy to know that this is one of the few places on Samerberg where you are allowed to bring your dog which costs Euro 3 per day extra and has to stay in the room while you have breakfast.
The fresh bread rolls at breakfast were great. Otherwise you sit at the same table all during your stay. You will get a thermos of coffee or of hot water if you prefer - only the water was lukewarm, so the tea wasn't that appealing, except at the first breakfast when I had to find Mr. Sollinger because we don't drink coffee. Otherwise you get a glas of orange juice, butter and jam, a slice of cheese each and 3 slices of cold meat to share between you and two bread rolls each.
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