The bright autumn-colored vines covering the walls of this hotel captivated us immediately as we drove up to it, and our first impression did not change. The hotel is a family run one in a lovely old building, the staff very helpful and multi-lingual (including English), the room charming and spacious and the bathroom probably the largest one we have encountered in our trips to Europe – it was a bright white-tiled room and had both a tub and shower and two sinks.
Our room had a desk and chair as well as two easy chairs beside the low table with coffee and tea facilities.We were driving so were delighted to see that there were free parking spaces off the street behind the hotel. The breakfast room is also large and lovely and the food varied and delicious. There is also a “slow train bar” which is a small and very warm wood-lined cozy place with running miniature Marlin trains under some of the glass table tops. There is not much about the hotel that we didn’t like and think we got a good bargain for 100€ per night for the two of us. One possible downside for some might be that there is no lift, so access for persons of limited mobility might be a problem.
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