I wouldn't say this is a luxurious hotel but is fine for a short stay. Rooms are big enough though the layout of ours with a wall between the door and the bedroom reduced the usable space. But you are probably only here to see the castle and a short stay is fine.
Breakfast area was a bit soul-less and not great, though the biggest grudge was charging extra for a "proper" cup of coffee.
Its located next to what seems to be a backpacker style accommodation that also offers an outdoor bar and eating area - all at very cheap prices and of acceptable standard, so you don't need to go far to dine out. There was late night activity here, but even though we overlooked this, with the double glazing the noise didn't disturb us.
Over the bridge are a couple of mini markets (maybe 200m) so you can stock up on anything you need.
Beautiful hotel with oak furniture and fittings. The receptionist was friendly and spoke very good English.The room was spacious and the bathroom was the size of some hotel rooms. We had a side room with wonderful views of the zamek. The restaurant menu was both Czech and German influenced. Breakfast again was typically continental, meats, eggs, cheeses, etc.with plenty of tea, coffee and juice. Would highly recommend.
This hotel is very clean, we got a spacious room with beautiful view on the castle and a church. Breakfast starts at 8:00, there was everything fresh, good quality, nice coffee. Dinner was ok, mostly chicken meat. I would recommend this hotel to everyone, who is looking for clean hotel with very comfortable beds and nice bathrooms and great view! Wifi free.
As with many Czech experiences, the warmth of the staff says it all. The hotel is set on the Dyjl river opposite the bridge & the front rooms (ours was in the corner and had two large windows) have wonderful views of the chateau on the top of the hill. Vranov is such a tiny town that after 9 pm all one hears are the sounds of beer drinking and merriness from the pubs below so there is no issue with traffic noise. We came in by bicycle and as with many such country hotels, they have a "bike room". Breakfast was nothing to write home about unless you like lots of bacon.
Staff was helpful. The room was spacious but sparse but still functional. Views of the castle were spectacular. The breakfast was just ok - pretty standard. Hotel seemed very popular with bicyclists and they had a nice storage room for our bikes. A great stopover between bigger towns.