After a night at an average hotel I had to complain about, it was easy to spot the beauty of this place with it's immaculate rooms and beautiful layout and location.
I had just travelled half way across Europe and was very tired, but the receptionist was beyond helpful and as a lover of architecture (of all kinds) this chalet-driven feel was pulled off beautifully.
It was in the middle of nowhere and very quiet with just a restaurant and lobby area for relaxing with a book or a drink. -Or of course an iPad. Considering there were children staying, you'd never know this once in your room, it was very well glazed. Each room also had a lovely balcony with extraordinary views.
My only moan is that I'd like to have seen a kettle in the room as I am a tea-lover too, but this is not exactly top culture in Germany, so when in Rome..... :)
The restaurant had excellent food, was pleasing to the eye and its functionality just worked. I had to laugh though. "Do you have any normal tea?" Well, yes, of course madam, here, (points to) Mint, Darjeeling, Green, Camomile, strawberry, SanYYong ( ;) ) ok, good job I carry tea bags with me (call me sad)
Pros: It's location, architecture and the rooms.
Cons: It's not listed on my Garmin! I had to find my way to the village and managed to coincidentally coming across a signpost for it tied to a lamppost.
Location: I can't really comment. Crashed here after a long journey and had to move on the next day. There are plenty of leaflets in the lobby though.