This hotel in the middle of a nowhere village is a county inn more than anything else. People from the area come there for celebration dinners and lunches: graduations, weddings, birthdays, etc.
The hotel comes is several buildings. The rooms on the ground floor facing the street are dark and small with tiny windows. The rooms above are just as small, but are much brighter, with big windows that open like a door onto a small balcony. The rooms facing the side are bigger, but very dark with tiny windows and dim lights (I was shown several rooms before making my choice).
The restaurant is decent, Hungarian traditional food at reasonable prices. But avoid the tables in the upstairs dining room, because the rails under the tables keep most people from getting their legs under the table. The downstairs tables are better. Breakfast was not a buffet but was included in the price and cooked to order.
The staff is friendly but only one seems to speak English because he lived in Canada. Aside from that, Hungarian is required.
This place is a commucations black hole. There is internet WiFi but it didn't work, at least when I was there. There was no mobile phone working from T-Mobile, either.