The old-fashioned Hotel Stadtkrug doesn't have a snobby nail in its walls. The vibe is that of a rural family home, despite its location smack in Salzburg's city center. Dark wood rafters, stone arches, frayed carpets, and antiques grace the lobby, which also shares a space with the hotel's rustic bar. Upstairs guests meander though the creaky corridors to a range of rustic rooms. The more expensive have canopy beds, and smart double-sinked bathrooms, while the cheaper ones offer more modern furniture and much less space (try to get one of the front-facing rooms overlooking Linzer Gasse if you can). Since 2011, the hotel has also offered 4 to 6 person rooms (€270), with two bedrooms and a shared bathroom. The décor is altogether outdated, but the property is clean, cozy, and well worth the price. A formerly rather dismal dining room on the ground floor was renovated in 2013, and now offers organic Austrian fare in a bright and inviting atmosphere. On sunny days opt for the rooftop garden, overflowing with wisteria—it's a real treat, with homemade Salzburgian fare, a comprehensive wine list, and sublime views across the old town.