This hotel was amazingly picturesque from the inside. What used to be a monastery was transformed into a unique boutique hotel where the original timber beams decorated the interior. It was clear that the engineers and architects took careful steps in order to preserve what was left and still repurpose the building for commercial use.
As for our experience, our room was cozy and welcoming. The beams made an artful contrast of dark timber against lighter paint schemes of cream, beige, and white. The room was spacious and the bed was comfortable.
In terms of service, we enjoyed our welcome save for a few items of note. If you need to park long term, the front lot is only for 3 hours. You'll need to ask them how to get to the parking lot (15 euros a day). Even though it's still just around the corner, less than a minute drive away, it's easy to miss that turn. There is an intercom box you need to ring. Also, even though we reserved our room for 2 adults and 1 child, we had to ask for bedding for the sofa on the loft. Third, when we got there, their region recently became 2G+ and the receptionist told us our 9-year old son had to test (5 euros). Even though he was fully vaccinated (more than 3 weeks after his second dose), she still insisted that he needed to test. We still complied but we think his age does not fall under the same restrictions as adults, based on Germany's 2G+ measures.
Overall, it was still a pleasant stay and we highly recommend it.