At the foot of the Kapuzinerberg, 15th-century walls enclose boutique charm, enhanced by 2011 renovations. Rooms are spacious and pleasant, decorated with country-style Austrian furniture. In front, quarters have views of the quiet Linzergasse. In back, the rooms overlook the graveyard where Mozart's wife is buried. The included breakfast is generous and served in a cozy medieval room with vaulted ceilings. Guests who'd like to sleep longer can have the meal served in their room later in the day at no additional cost. The restaurant, Goldene Ente, serves traditional Austrian fare and is famous for Salzburger Nockerl, the sweet local seduction with powdered sugar that's similar to profiteroles.