The decor is quirky, sometimes tasteful, sometimes a little odd: this is a hunting lodge, so there is a very strong hunting theme going on, which might not appeal to everyone. The owners dogs live in cages outside, under the bedroom windows, which means you can hear them when they bark in the night, which they do quite frequently, unfortunately. Dinner was not good value - no first course, a small dish of baked cheese, mushroom and ham with a plain green salad, a couple of individually wrapped cheese portions and a mass-produced dessert, still in its plastic goblet. Even with half a bottle of red wine and a cup of coffee, €30 per person was excessive. It is convenient, which is why we ate there, but my advice is to have dinner elsewhere.
The rooms are comfortable and well-appointed, with en-suite facilities that are modern and tasteful, in an area that does not have much similar accommodation. The beds are extremely comfortable and bathrobes are provided. Breakfast was plentiful, including yogurt, croissants, baguette and pains au chocolat. There is a cosy sitting room downstairs, with magazines and an open fireplace.