My wife and I first stayed at Haus Rohrbach over Labor Day weekend in 2002. We mountain biked all over, stayed in two of the suites, and had a great first impression of Haus Rohrbach. Since then we've been back with our family 3 times, once in the summer, once in the fall and most recently, in December. Each time was very enjoyable. The main floor area with all types of beverages, games, books, tables, chairs and couches is a perfect lounge for relaxing, visiting, playing games and snacking. We've brought our own snacks in and they have no problem with that. We usually get desserts too. Sometimes they've charged us, other times they've comped the desserts. I assume that may depend on how they're doing financially. Shoot, don't we all do the same with our own customers? Sometimes are the right times for gifts, and other times we charge fairly for the services we provide. Haus Rohrbach provides great service. It really is a family place. The only people I can imagine not liking it are the uptight yuppie d.i.n.k. types. It's a European-style pension, not the Hyatt. Enjoy it for what it is, and it is very enjoyable. I like it much better than the average bed and breakfast -- because it is somewhat larger than most B&Bs, it seems to be run more professionally -- you can be left alone if you want to, or hang in the great room and visit with the owners if you like. It's certainly easier to be left alone than most B&Bs I've been to. Very clean, good service, fair pricing, I really can't find anything negative to say about this place. Having been there 4 times, it now feels almost like you are going over to a friends house for a visit. We love this place.