Very nice family run hotel. We had a dog with us which was no problem. Very clean but very shabby but the price reflects this. Sampled the food the first night and considering we were in Italy the menu did not Italian by any means. Ate elsewhere the 2nd night. We had:
Antipasto - we were offered crips.
The Primo - a tiny piece of wet 'quiche lorraine'
The Secondo - a piece of chicken with soft grey skin attached, VERY overcooked soggy green beans and a small salad between us.
The Dolce - an inadequate piece of strudel with an extremely cold, flavourless sauce.
Breakfast was no better really, cheap cereals, little cubes of cheddar type cheese, wafer thin watery ham, watered down yoghurt. Nothing was replenished so if we came down later than others, not much left.