“The clue is in the name: the theme of this distinctive, family-owned hotel is a musical one, from the sonata or aria that greets you as you enter to the array of musical instruments that fills the reception rooms. Even the charmingly furnished, pristine bedrooms continue the idea: lampshades decorated with crochets and minims, and cds and players in each. Regular recitals are also staged. Splendid views from the rooftop terrace, a great spot for breakfast on summer mornings, and a delightful close-knit staff make it even more special.”
Written by Leonie Glass
"This cheerful, family-run establishment pays homage not only to Mozart but to several composers - each of its 14 highly individual rooms takes its name from one."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)