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We really enjoyed staying here. it's about a 5-10 minute lovely walk to the town center.if you like some peace and quiet while sleeping, this is the place for you.
Our room was very large, tall ceilings, clean, and had a beautiful balcony looking right...More
Excellent Hotel. Managed by a Hungarian family and run extremely well. Food is buffet style and very well made and stocked. My children loved the lake and they would have enjoyed a ride on a boat. But none were available. So after skiing they went...More
Frank and Maria will be sorely missed next year when the hotel reopen in a more upmarlet price category - simple but hearty food and good ambience. Vg postiion with own lido area. Stayed once and eat there when staying at SeeRose - a v...More
Lovely food, very friendly atmosphere. The family who run it unfortunately are no longer going to be there next season. The gardens are right on the lake bank. The building is in need of some updating but we had a lovely time.
This year was our last visit to our favorite Austrian home from home at the Leifer, Feranc and Maria are going into retirement and Feranc jr and wife Christina are moving into other areas of the local tourism industry. We have had five years of...More
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I see that someone has answered your question. All we knew was that he would not be running the Leifer but had no idea what his particular plans were. We only stayed once at the Leifer and found them to be a lovely... More
I see that someone has answered your question. All we knew was that he would not be running the Leifer but had no idea what his particular plans were. We only stayed once at the Leifer and found them to be a lovely family.
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"Choose a room on the first floor overlooking the beautiful lake."