The reception desk is found to the left side as you enter the hotel, on a separate level, 3 steps down. The lobby is medium sized with tables and chairs in one corner and is traditionally styled with plenty of wood. Receptionists wear the old fashioned uniforms from centuries ago.
The building consists of 3 buildings which have been converted into one hotel. They are four storeys high and traditionally styled, blending in with the suroundings. A covered walkway runs along the front entrance to the hotel with a terrace leading from the restaurant and bar area onto the square.
Bedrooms are medium or large in size, depending on their location, as all are differently shaped due to the building's shape and age. Decorated with a green carpet, white walls and traditionally styled pine furniture, they are very tastefully finished. Bedspreads are flower paterned in orange, yellow and green, so the rooms feel light and summery. Windows are double glazed and the rooms feature all amenities expected of this class of hotel. floors as well as white bathroom furniture. Again they are differently shaped in each room.
The main retaurant is to the right of the reception area and is large in size with a bar to the left. Decorated in traditional style with plenty of wood and large tables, the restaurant is pleasant with a good selection of food. There are also doors leading to the terrace at the front of the hotel. In addition there is a separate traditional pub and a basement restaurant serving wood fired food in the cellars.