Visited snaasa hotel recently for a wedding party.
The staff were very helpful and we had a lovely time, great evening meal and friendly waitresses.
Building is old-fashioned (dating from 1890s) and rustic, lots of taxidermy, props and an alter dedicated to a local psychic celebrity (photographs, imprints, and busts...). Outside of the hotel there is a lovely view and traditional grass-roofed huts. There is also a 1900s style mini-museum-room to visit where you can see pictures, furniture and pancake makers.
My only criticisms being:
When we entered our room we found that it was very cold and that there was a stain on the carpet. One of the other guests had the lights from the bathroom fall on him when he tried to use the plug.More