After riding past we realised it was beside a giant parking lot for the nearby castle and was integral with the Jawa museum. We had an upstairs room which was enormous - not only did we have a bedroom which was extremely spacious but we also had a lounge room as well. The rooms probably could have slept 6 easily. The furnishing could probably be described as 'quaint" but it was all comfortable and very, very roomy. The only downside was carrying our suitcases up the long narrow stairway. We struck what seemed to be a day staff who didn't really seem too switched on and then what we presume was probably the owner later in the afternoon. Breakfast was OK though lacked a cooked offering.
As said its integral with the Jawa museum so we also had a look through there - an amazing number and collection of bikes.
Whilst its no resort I'm sure its probably amongst the best on offer in the area and perfectly suitable. It is on its own though there are no nearby shops or cafes (nearest restaurant is the game/hunting lodge restaurant on the way to the castle - OK to walk in summer but I wouldn't want to in winter.More