We stayed there for a night. Location is not perfect but feasible since we had a car, close enough to the concentration camp. The night we arrived, the receptionist didn't speak any english so it made everything kind of difficult to get all the informations we needed, but we a little effort we figured it out. The next morning, there was a new receptionist, that spoke only enough english/sign language to tell us to go back to the room to get our coats because the breaksfast was served on a restaurant 150-200m away and we had to go outside to the snow... the breakfast was good. They had some things like fruit, cheeses, hams and salads on a table, coffee and juices on another, and then there was a list of things you could order free of charge: sausages, eggs, pancakes, etc. We only ordered the pancakes and it was a huge crepe filled with cooked apple and covered with berry jam and whip cream. The restaurant is really close to a lake/river where you can walk along the shore with very beautiful views as well.
About the room itself, it was clean and good enough for what we paid. We were three, so there was a room with two twin beds with a full bathroom and then a room with the third twin bed and a toilet.More
- Free Wifi