The Penzion is inside a tall grey building near the town centre of Cheb. Access is initially gained by ringing the proprietors on a mobile number. Thereafter access is gained by a universal key but this can mean up to 4 locked doors to get to the room. I'm not sure if this is a reflection of Cheb, the Czech Republic or just the proprietors' safety concerns but it was bit daunting.
However, the rooms bright, clean and tidy with plenty of space and our towels were replaced each day. Breakfast was served in the restaurant 4 floors down from our room but the owners had gone to a lot of trouble for us, given that we were the only guests ( it being the off-season): English-type cereals, yoghurt and fresh fruit; typical German/Czech cold cuts and cheeses but enhanced with peppers, cherry tomatoes etc; and hot sausages eggs and bacon. A spread more befitting a 3 or 4 star hotel. The owners speak a little English and more German and were very keen to help. Mum even gave us a parting gift. The rather dull town of Cheb itself didn't have a lot to offer in the off-season but our room was a warm bright spot.More
View all 9 deals from US$56
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking