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Valea Azugii, Azuga 105100 Romania
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#2 of 16 Specialty lodging in Azuga
Vila Trifoiul represents a beautiful villa placed in an exquisite area, in the heart of the forest. It is situated at 1150m, surrounded by the Bucegi Mountains and in the vicinity of Azuga river. Within 300m there is a beautiful waterfall. The location offers plenty of trekking as well as mountain bike itineraries. It is an oasis of tranquillity. Part of a complex used by the former communist presidents of Romania (Gheorghiu Dej and Nicolae Ceausescu) the villa is ideal for the persons who love trekking, mountain biking or simply the wild beauty of the nature. The peaceful location and the well maintained terrace offer barbecue facilities and the children can play in a dedicated playground. A campfire within the villa courtyard can entertain the tourists during winter long nights. Vila Trifoiul combines modern with traditional elements. All rooms have well maintained oak furniture pieces, central heating, double glazed UPVC, wooden floors, cable TV, Wi-fi available throughout. All rooms are en suite, spacious, with bath or shower.Vila Trifoiul restaurant offers lunch as well as diner, a la carte. Breakfast is also available. The property offers a large and free parking area. Reservation is not needed.The villa is accessible via a forest road alongside Azuga Valley, being situated at 10 km from Azuga town which is served by a train station. It also has helipad facilities. Sorica ski sloop can be reached 10 km away and Kalinderu sloop 16 km away. Sinaia town where you can visit Peles Castle, George Enescu Memorable House and the Casino can be easy to access within 21 km. Dracula Castle, situated in Bran, is 40 Km away.
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24-hour front desk
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Bodi L wrote a review Sep 2016
12 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful area în the middle of the forest. It is pacefull and relaxing. Very clean rooms, and nice host. It is chidren friendly. Outdor have barbeque place, and space for children to play. We didn't eat much there, just simple breakfast. The forest road to the villa it is ok ( we have a Logan car). We like this place very much.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Mire84 wrote a review Sep 2016
Bucharest427 contributions51 helpful votes
Just been there for the weekend and had a wonderful relaxing time. The retreat is a great place to go and reconnect with the nature, but still having the comfort. As much as I would like to keep this place a secret so that it still maintains its charm, i must recommend it as it deserves. The place is quite small, having only 9 rooms, a large dinning room (with a PS4 in case you get bored). The rooms are clean and the furniture is well maintained. We came across this place in one of our hikes and decided we must return for a full experience. It is located 30mins drive from Azuga on a forest road if driving 20-25km/h, but of good quality, offering lovely scenery along the way. In the garden you'll find a wooden kiosk with 4 large wooden tables, a barbecue and kids playground incl 2 swings for adults. We arrived late in the evening given the traffic along Prahova Valley, but we're welcomed. We asked in advance if we can use the barbecue station and the host was nice to offer tools, plates, space in the fridge, etc. They also have a small restaurant with the basics but sufficient: trout, pork meat, pancakes, omelettes, donuts (aka "papanasi"), fruit liquors and similar. Some of the rooms are large some smaller. The only reason I didn't rank it higher was the sound isolation in rooms. Some guests with children arrived in the middle of the night and were "kind" enough to shout on the hallway and in the rooms, repeating the exercise in the morning. Well, nothing is perfect. The rooms were heated (5 degrees at night end of Aug), hot water mostly in the morning and late afternoon, but that's sufficient to have your showers. Being remotely located, it is a quiet place and every now and then some ATVs will disturb the serenity but not as much to ruin your walk or stay. We had rooms 5 (spacious) and 6 (smaller) - see pictures for reference. The best thing about this place is that you can enjoy a long walk along the road, or take hikes on the narrow mountain paths. Next is a stream of water that will complete the sound of nature :-). We paid 120ron/night at this price I don't think you can find anything better in the area. We were mostly going to Predeal for the weekends, but in the last year we saw little progress on the works carried out in the city with the muddy roads. I hope this place won't get "commercial".
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Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
Turista2011054 wrote a review Sep 2015
Bucharest, Romania141 contributions121 helpful votes
The location is rather small, 8-9 rooms in total. If you go there you must be prepared to stay in the middle of the forest with no neighbors for miles, since from the nearest town you must drive 10 miles to get there. The food served there is simple but ok, they let you use the grill if you want to brig something to cook outdoor. It has beautiful surroundings, a forest, a river near by. It's a great place to stay during the summer if you want to stay at cool place, great place to take long walks in the forest, and to be near the nature, and to be unplugged from the noise and the technology.
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Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Raluca G wrote a review Aug 2015
Bucharest172 contributions25 helpful votes
If you are looking for a quiet place in the middle of the nature (literally in the middle of the forest), this is the place to be. We arrived at 10 o'clock at night and we were welcomed by a very nice lady. From the moment I stepped out of the car and saw the woman smiling, I felt a positive vibe. The room was big, the bathroom clean, the mattress so comfortable I could sleep in it for days! We had room nr.8. In the morning we woke up, ate ( the menu is the kind of food your grandma would make - simple, tasty and not for the picky ones ). They have fresh trout and homemade jam which you can also buy to take it home. We stayed 3 nights. The first one was perfect. After that, 4 or 5 families came (all with children) and to be honest, we are not the fan of naughty and bad mannered kind of children. They made a lot of noise screaming and running in the building. But we could still enjoy our stay and the surroundings (the owners provided us mountain bikes, blanket to put it on the grass and monopoly game). I am sure next time we will come here, I will find this place improved in order of room facilities and WiFi and phone signal. It seems like a family business that cares a lot about their clients. The lady and the man that helped us having a great time were constantly asking if we need something or if they can do anything for us to make our stay more pleasant. This means a lot for me and I will come back here anytime soon.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
StefanSerb wrote a review Jan 2015
Bucharest, Romania19 contributions6 helpful votes
Very nice surroundings. Outside everything looks amazing! But the facilities are just average and hosts are bad mannered if not agressive. Heating system was manned in such way to save cost so all guests were suffering. Hot water was on the limit. Food is limited in choices, mainly fried. We were 7 families with 10 kids and but food was only available for adults even we paid for half board. We were explained that the price covers only the accomodation for kids but not the food. Bad idea to look for explanations...the hosts were feeling that we dont understand the system and perhaps never been to a reveillon (btw this was the period we spent there). It is a pity and a shame that such a wonderful place is organized like in the 90's...
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Date of stay: December 2014
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Response from Vila T, Manager at Vila Trifoiul
Responded Mar 8, 2015
Dear Sir, Thank you for your review! We regret to see that you have been disappointed during your stay at Vila Trifoiul. Unfortunately, your welcome was not up the the standards that we have used our guests. This was caused by the fact that your group has arrived without notice, one day earlier on the 30th of December and not as we have organized and advertised the package: with the start on the 31st of December. This has obviously put pressure on the staff to reorganize the dinner and to change all the previous arrangements according to your unexpected arrival. We would like to reassure you that the heatings and the hot water system was used at full capacity but the weather is out of our control and the temperature outside was -28 and it has been the coldest New Years Eve in the last 50 years! Regarding the meals, it worth to mention that in spite of the fact that your group has paid for the package that had included only free accommodation for the children below the age of 12 year old, we have upgraded you, for no extra cost, to the one including free meals also. The terms and conditions were widely available on the website and on the social media since June 2014. Due to logistical and managerial constraints in a half board it is impossible to include an a la carte menu. We do try to surprise out guests with the facilities available and only in the last year we have invested in Smart LED TVs, Blue-Ray player, Play Station 4, multilayer mattresses with cocoa fibre, Grohe accessories for bathrooms, etc. We regret to see that those are not up to your standards and we are always open to suggestions. We would like to emphasize the importance of checking that the arrival date corresponds with the booking date in order to avoid similar situations in the future. We look forward to welcome you again! Management Vila Trifoiul
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RomaniaSouthern RomaniaPrahova CountyAzuga
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Frequently Asked Questions about Vila Trifoiul
Which popular attractions are close to Vila Trifoiul?
Nearby attractions include Crucea Caraiman (2.5 miles), Cantacuzino Castle (2.8 miles), and Mănăstirea Caraiman (3.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Vila Trifoiul?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Vila Trifoiul?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Vila Trifoiul?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Vila Trifoiul?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Dragului, Kayus, and Restaurant Hanul Domnitorilor.
Are there any historical sites close to Vila Trifoiul?
Many travelers enjoy visiting George Enescu Memorial House (5.4 miles).