Penzion Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova affords its guests mainly peaceful accommodation in the Bohemian Switzerland. Exceptional atmosphere Penzion Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova offers a romantic secluded and is backed interior with fireplace and antique furniture.
Penzion Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova accommodation
Penzion Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova is suitable for families and groups up to 10 people. There are 3 double rooms with shared bathroom and when occupied 2 rooms with 3 not occupying room for privacy. In the Penzion Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova is also bungalow (cabin) for 4 persons with complete bathroom.
Penzion Vetrny Mlyn accomodation in Ruzova gastronomy
The price includes pension Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova includes breakfast. Bungalow is equipped with its own small kitchen. If you are not interested in self catering is possible to use the local restaurants in the surrounding villages.
Accommodation in pension Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova includes breakfast services
pension Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova includes breakfast available fireplace and terrace. For active leisure can use the outdoor swimming pool, table tennis and billiards. Parking is right next to the guesthouse.
Accommodation pension Vetrny Mlyn in Ruzova surroundings
Czech Switzerland it is untouched nature rock towns, gorges, observation towers and mesas, which lies on the border with Germany. Wandering the landscape, you can enjoy the beauty of "Pravčická gate", the largest natural rock bridge in Europe, which is the only candidate Czechian seven natural wonders of the world, and a number of prospects in the beautiful rocky surroundings, towering high above the treetops, as well as unique voyages to boat in the river canyon Kamenice. This region is unique for its flora and fauna and the actual stay will be beneficial for your health. Thanks very pure nature grows there are many rare plants. Unknowingly pass rare species of mosses, which are very sensitive to any pollution. In many places, springs bubble up to the surface of crystal clear water which is stored in huge underground reservoirs, which are considered the largest underground water sources in the Czech Republic.