Discover a peaceful and cosy place above Prague's Lesser Town, on a hill close to the Prague Castle, with unique panoramic view of all the historical sights of the town and Petřín Hill gardens from room windows and terraces.
The first mention of the house at plot number 178 is an entry in Tomek’s Chronicle in 1372. The house was owned by a Mr. Jindrich (Domus Henrici) who was registered as the owner until 1381. By 1388 the widow Katerina Jindrichova was the owner of the house, until she sold it in 1390 to Vaclav for 300 (recorded as ‘fifteen times three-score’) groschen.
number of rooms: 8 rooms (7 different double rooms, 1 suite) + two terraces with views of Petřín Gardens + lounge (and breakfast room)
Reception service: 24 hours, 16 beds, 8 rooms including 4 Double rooms, 1 FirstClass double room, 2 DeLuxe Double and 1 Suite. As situated in medieval house, all our rooms are different in detail.
Business Small meeting room with capacity for up to 20 people. Rooms well equipped for business work.
Food & drink
Breakfast: buffet, served from 7:30-10:30 in lounge with a period tiled stove. Coffee, soft and alcoholic drinks, omelettes, toasted sandwiches and other light snacks served throughout the day.
Two south-facing terraces with the view of the Petřín Gardens - an ideal location for a pleasant stroll.
HOW TO GET THERE
by tram (line 12, 20 or 22) to the "Malostranské náměstí" stop and then walk to the Prague Castle
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