This hotel is set in beautiful surroundings but is totally unsuitable for anyone with a wheelchair. The room was quite small and the shower was tiny. The shower head was unrachable at was pointed at an awkward angle. There are no tea/coffee making facilities.
We were recommended this hotel by a nearby clinic, which my husband was visiting re his moror neurone disease.
Unfortunately, to get to the restaurant for breakfast (which was good) he had to negotiate four steps up to the patio, then around a nother 6 steps to get into the hotel building, then another three to get to the restaurant. This was laboriously undertaken for 6 days, with barely any assistance except for a very kind young man who helped a couple of times. Most of the other guests, and staff, turned their backs.
After the clinic sessions we spent every evening sitting in the hotel room (the TV had no English news channel at all) making sandwiches with food we had bought on the way back from the clinic. The hotel is in the middle of nowhere.
If you're not disabled, then happy days!
This review concerns only the restaurant. It is situated in a country-style hotel overlooking the Weser river. The front dining room is charmingly decorated; we sat in a second room towards the back which was also OK but the accoustics made it hard to hear. Our food in general was very good: exceptionally crisp and tasty rösti potatoes with a cream veal sauce (the menu description said the rösti was stuffed, but the meat came as a side dish, and the meat could have been a bit less tough); trout, and a fish variation plate. The salad dressing was excellent. We felt the prices were acceptable considering the restaurant’s setting and its dishes.
I arrived late and tired and they made a special request in the already closed kitchen for a salad, which was a full dinner in itself, and made sure I had a ride to the train the next day. The room was nice and the breakfast was good.