I speak little German and Check-In was a little disconcerting. I had booked one single room for two nights, but on arrival I was told by the elderly but pleasant lady at reception that there was no reservation in my name. I gave her the print of my confirmation, but she insisted there was no reservation. I have a double barreled name and looking over the counter and upside down to me, I saw two entries of what was a slight misspelling of one of my two names and pointed this out to her. At this she handed me two keys and told me in German "two rooms on night". I insisted I had reserved one room for two nights as shown on the confirmation I had given to her. Finally she took back one room key and also gave me a garage key, which I had also reserved. The room was a small dormer room on the top floor and due to my height the toilet was difficult to use. As long as I could have a room on a lower floor, I would gladly return. There is no elevator and the last flight of stairs is very steep.
This is a small, privately run hotel and apart from the confusion during the check-in and the confined space in my bathroom, was thoroughly clean and well appointed. It is excellently located close to the Old Town. The Chef, who spoke tolerable English, was present at breakfast. Only breakfast is served, but there are many restaurants in close proximity to this hotel.