When we arrived we thought we were in Austrian heaven. My wife loves animals, so the tiny farm was the reason I chose this place - it was so cute and most of the goats and sheep came up to let you stroke them.
The inside was typically Austrian and had a great character. Dinner wasn't bad here either, but it's definitely easier than doing a long walk or drive back into the town!
The main let down was the quality of the sleep. Yes, it's only a cheap, hostel-style room but it was so hot during the night that neither my wife nor I got any sleep. It might be better to visit during the spring, autumn or winter, so you can wrap up instead of melting in bed!More
- Free parking