The Glottertal is a lush, peaceful valley north-east of Freiberg, set in the hills of the southern Black Forest, with a number of small hotels and guest-houses dotted along its length.
  What distinguishes this roadside guest-house is its restaurant. The menu is out of the ordinary; offering, for example, salad of dandelion leaves and grilled langoustine, home-produced black pudding, and asparagus done in several different ways. There is even a menu for child-gourmets.
  The main restaurant is decorated in the local traditional style, but has not been done to death with unnecessary fancy trimmings. Walls have been kept white under a wood-panelled ceilling and large windows give a feeling of light. There is also another dining room, cosy, colourful and less formal than the restaurant, with a choice of lighter dishes.
  The Adler has been in private ownership throughout its 150-year history, and Frau Kleber takes pride in its distinctive provincial atmosphere. The renovated bedrooms are colourfully furnished, with individual touches giving each room some personality.