1. DiningFacilities:  The listed building dates back to the 16th century and has an unusual gothic cloister inside. In 2002 the former monastery was converted into a hotel. The 110 rooms (of which 3 are suites) are spread over 4 floors. The inviting and elegant lobby also houses a 24-hour reception. Valuables can be kept in the hotel safe for the duration of your stay and a cloakroom is also available. Guests can also change money at the hotel. A lift serves all floors. There is a cosy bar for light refreshments and snacks, and an elegant restaurant with a non-smoking area. Highchairs are provided for younger guests. Further facilities include an Internet terminal. Those who enjoy reading can retreat to the beautiful library, which is imbued with history. Business meetings can be held in the privacy of the hotel's conference suite. There is also a babysitting service. Laundry and room services round up the offerings. Guests arriving by car may take advantage of the car park or garage.