The hotel is in historic buildings on a historic street in a historic village, with very few local amenities. There seemed to be only one service person outside the kitchen, and it took about 10 minutes, a number of pushes on a buzzer, and finally a knock on the kitchen door to find her to check me in, at about 5:30PM. She was also the waitress at dinner, all 3 courses of which were excellent to outstanding. I had a single room on the upper floor of a house, with the gable roof occupying some of the headroom, and barely room to move around the bed. The bathroom was correspondingly snug. However, it was serviceable, and the bed comfortable. Breakfast was served by a cook from the kitchen, and had a similar range of fare to other hotel breakfasts in northern Europe, only as a private buffet at the table, with the addition of a seasoned egg in a small ramekin, either poached or grilled (I couldn't tell), but on the under side of cooked, and barely luke warm.