This cheerful pension is right in front of the soaring plague column and interestingly enough, one of the prior owners of the Pension commissioned the column to be built. We had Room 5 on the top floor. You walk up 50 steps to Room 5. The room had a double bed and one twin bed. It was a very small room (little room for anything but the beds) but extremely clean and cheerful. Our window faced the Pension’s lovely garden and the lake. There is no TV in the room or reading lamps. No shampoo. The shower is very small (if you are heavy or big it will be a problem for you) but the water was hot and plentiful. Like most European Pensions, if you want a washcloth, bring it with you.
The host and hostess were kind and attentive but have limited English skills. Breakfast
was laid out at the time we requested and was good but nothing special.
Bottom line: 50 steps to climb was a challenge with our luggage. We really liked the Pension but next time we would spend more money for something larger, such as a nearby hotel. This was inexpensive but reminded us of a good back-packer place. If the weather is hot, we would also want a room with air conditioning. It’s a great price though, and very clean which is very important for us.More