The room was Spartanly furnished, with no bedside tables and no bedside lights, just a single central ceiling light. There were no drawers in the room and limited hanging space. The walls were bare giving the modern room an austere feel. It was OK for an overnight stop, but wouldn't be my choice for a longer stay or a romantic night away.
The bathroom was a bit tatty. The bath had an unpainted MDF side panel which had been fixed in an amateurish way. Some of the tiles were cracked and grout had been smeared around where others had been repaired.
The shower had limited water pressure, but was adequate.
The bathroom suite was a rather lurid green and the plastic cistern in one of our two rooms broke.
The breakfast was disappointing. It was supposedly "continental" which seemed to mean nothing cooked other than toast. I've never had anything so poor anywhere in continental Europe. Croissants came in plastic packets, the bread was cheap sliced loaves and the cereal selection was basic. There was at least some fruit, but only imported apples and oranges, nothing local or seasonal.
If they don't want to provide a cooked breakfast, then how about some local cheeses and cold meats, with some decent quality bread from a bakery? Oh, and some muesli or granola other than sugary Alpen. Natural yoghurt? Cold boiled eggs?
Its a beautiful old inn with plenty of character. The bedrooms are in a modern extension at the back, but this does mean they are away from the main road and quiet.
The bed had a good quality memory foam mattress and was extremely comfortable.
Claudio was very welcoming.
There was an excellent secure room for storing bicycles.
A good location in an attractive village, with a choice of places for an evening meal.