We loved the setting, with a centuries old wooden building by a lake. The dining area is very homely, with large wooden log walls and traditional decoration. The food was good, I chose the vegetarian option (redbeet steak), my wife chose the fish and the kids went for the meat. We took glasses of one of the dry berry wines produced at the property. The service was friendly and homely. The small word of caution is that when approaching the restaurant by car it looks like someone’s private home, but provided you follow the signs all is OK.
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