In a town, where nothing else is thats of significance to report, his hotel stands there as a temple for foodies where people do a pilgrim to enjoy the man`s cooking.
the hotel however, is clean, nicely decorated but the rooms are small and the bathrooms are old tiles , tacky and small (sitting on the toilet you can hit your head on the wall...)
The highlight is the breakfast, its the best we had for a long time and the filigrane structures delivered and presented are exquisite.
We left with a huge bill, staying overnight is totoally overpriced but if you could just go for breakfast, thats the best dealMore
- Free Wifi
- Free parking