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  • Lis
      United Kingdom
    August 28, 2013

    The room was large and airy and spotless. The breakfast was excellent. The photos on the website don't do the interior justice. It's a quiet location. The castle, very close by, is a restaurant (we never found the prices!) but interesting for a quick peak. The food in Hotel Schlossblick was excellent. Though, throughout our visit, it seemed Germany has an aversion to vegetables. So, don't expect to come back with the same waistline you went out with as you won't be able to resist the delicious food.

    On our first evening our waitress at dinner was excellent. She was really busy but couldn't have been more obliging. What a great evening. On the second evening however our waitress was hard to find. They definately wanted to get us booked in early (we though because they had a big party coming in but as it turned out, to close by 10pm). We had our main course and waited, and waited, and waited for someone to come back and see if we wanted dessert. In the end, we helped ourselves to menus and decided what we'd like. As we did this, the lights went off in the kitchen. We went in search of our waitress and found her to be told that the kitchen was closed and we couldn't have dessert. We were only after a bit of ice-cream but were quite put out that we hadn't even been asked whether we wanted anything. We might have caught their attention earlier... if there had been anyone's attention to catch! Not impressed and rather put out.


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