Nature around is awesome and the staff at the reception was very friendly, professional and helpful. A special request because of having guests for breakfast was at a first a tiny little bit difficult (we've been asked to sort this out in the morning but in the morning it was getting difficult because of the short notice) but satisfying resolved by very professional (and a bit stressed) staff.
It is a really quite location and as soon we've figured out where the additional car parks are located (what wasn't easy at a first) we had as well no issues with only very few spaces in front of the hotel. The room was clean, neat and tidy and so was the bathroom (even though it was a bit tiny for the equipment of a couple).
The balconies are looking forward to some weeding (the reason for my "average" re the cleanliness) and some of the corridors were not that good lighted. We've been almost scared to sit in the bigger breakfast room which had the flair of a factory canteen but we were lucky to be in the nice and pretty room. Breakfast was reduced to two hours only what means they were ongoing running out of some food (bread rolls, marmalade, eggs...) and because of only a few service staff members it took sometimes a while before they filled up the buffet. This hotel is obviously totally booked out for about 9 months (what is a good sign) what means the restaurant is crowded for breakfast (which was a very good one).
We missed highly WLAN especially because the mobile network reception is almost not existing. Planing hikes on the mobile was getting difficult on this way.