We were fortunate to be here on a bright day as it meant that we could explore the grounds more. We were in-between quite a rainy time.
The restoration of this building and associated museum is truly remarkable.
When you see the pictures of how it was left after the occupiers in the war left it, you would think it would have taken many many years to restore.
More work is planned to the neighbouring buildings which will, we hope, add more rooms to the hotel.
If you get the chance, do visit the museum if not the hotel, it is very good to say the least.
The grounds around the hotel and waterfalls were being improved when we were there with new lighting going in.
~It was surprisingly a reasonable rate to stay given the low number of rooms.More