Pension Garni in České Budějovice near the přemysl Otakar II square. in the historical centre of České Budějovice. The building of the guesthouse was previously part of the budějovického Redoubt.
Pension Garni in České Budějovice accommodation:
Pension Garni in České Budějovice offers accommodation in well equipped and very cosy single or double rooms, which is a part of their own bathroom and toilet. Pleasant environment of a family pension calls for romantic holiday full cognition of local sights for a very reasonable price.
Accommodation in České Budějovice Pension Garni gastronomy:
Pension Garni in České Budějovice offers only breakfast, which are already included in the price of accommodation. For lunch, you can go to one of the local restaurants, which offer excellent Czech and international cuisine. Part of the pension Garni in České Budějovice is also very cosy and pleasant Café Caffé Bar Piccolo, where you can enjoy the real Italian coffee imported from Sicily. The Café has a menu Caffé Bar Piccolo many hot and cold cups of coffee and other beverages, which surely will delight your taste buds. The Café is open from Monday to Friday from 7: 30 to 19: 00 and on Saturday from 8: 00 am to 12: 00.
Pension Garni in České Budějovice services:
Pension Garni in České Budějovice offers free WI-FI Internet connection, TV and electronic safe in the room. Pension Garni offers the possibility of parking in their own parking lot, but you must reserve a place in advance. Part of the pension is a popular café "Caffé bar Piccolo." Pension Garni in České Budějovice offers the opportunity to use the lounge for 10-15 people, which can be for business clientele for the negotiations. The lounge is a must book in advance.
Accommodation in České Budějovice Pension Garni around:
Accommodation in České Budějovice Pension Garni offers you the possibility to visit the many natural and historical monuments. Then enjoy the local restaurants and cafes, shopping in the small and cosy obchůdkách or go to cyklotoulky around České Budějovice. Those interested in the history of our oldest railroads may go in the footsteps koněspřežky České Budějovice – Linz, which has led some in the current railway line to Upper Dvořiště. In many places the original embankments, cuttings, stone bridges and guard houses, in Holkově we find the object of the former station and stables muling in Bujanově former station building, which opened a small neighborhood is koněspřežky. The aim of the locals of shorter trips may become even more places available to urban traffic or on wheels, such asBoršov nad Vltavou with the Gothic church of St. James and the remains of a medieval fortress from the second half of the 13. century, a small Manor House in neighboring River or nearby Maškovce Castle on the cliff above the Vltava River.