We were greeted upon our arrival by the friendly and helpful Shubert from the Netherlands. He and his wife operate this 17th century house, providing lodging, meals, and tourist information. The rooms are comfortable and roomy. We booked a triple for about $100.
There is a big lobby with seating, a large dining room, a lovely garden for al fresco dining, a lodge with a fireplace, a library, and another sitting room.
The neighborhood is country-quiet. You’ll find it to be a good place for a family gathering or a friends’ reunion. This couldn’t be more unique and friendlier. An unexpected treat.