The Landgasthof Tarp is known for its strategic location in Tarp, just 20 km south of Flensburg and its close proximity to the A7 motorway. The hotel provides quiet rooms with private bathrooms and Wi-Fi internet access, and also boasts of its restaurant that serves a delightful mix of regional and international cuisine. Free parking, a private skittle alley, and a variety of light snacks and drinks add to the list of amenities offered by the hotel. While it is celebrated for its spacious rooms and amicable staff, it has been used by visitors for diverse purposes, including stopovers and part of motorcycle trips to Denmark.
Reviewers have expressed their appreciation for the large comfortable rooms, extra seating area, excellent bathroom facilities, friendly staff, and commendable food in the restaurant. The hotel is appreciated for its closeness to the station and local amenities as well as ample parking space. However, a mixed bag of reviews points to areas of improvement, such as the need for better breakfast replenishment, a mention about elevator accessibility, and improved Wi-Fi. Other aspects like the generous breakfast selection, electric car charging facilities at the parking lot, and the charm of its somewhat dated decor have also been highlighted by guests.
Ellada Restaurant & Hotel situated in Tarp, 18 km from the University of Flensburg, extends its hospitality by offering accommodation facilities with a distinctive blend of a restaurant, free private parking, and a bar. The 3-star hotel not only provides free WiFi but also room service and features family rooms, ensuring a comfy stay for its guests. With each room fitted with essentials like a desk, TV, and a hairdryer, the hotel takes care of the basic needs of its guests while placing them within accessible distance to key locales like the Train Station Flensburg, Pedestrian Area Flensburg, and Sønderborg Airport.
The reviews bring forward a spectrum of experiences with large, airy rooms and comfortable beds being appreciated by travelers. Some issues have been highlighted, like a glitch in payment through Booking.com and the absence of tea or coffee-making facilities in the rooms. It seems like the hotel gives a nod to simplicity and cost-effectiveness, being dubbed as more of a B&B, which might be an attractive option for budget travelers. The food, especially at the attached Greek restaurant, has been positively reviewed with guests appreciating the grilled lever and the buffet offerings. The modern, chic, clean, and comfortable rooms were a pleasant surprise for some guests, despite some noting the absence of breakfast as a downside.