This property is really nice with great rooms, but they need to work a bit in the cleanliness of certain areas. The food is really good, especially dinners. You also get a little bottle of palinka every evening and this is great. We didn't like that bread was not fresh every morning, which is quite basic and super important to us. We found the whole place really enjoyable, but since we traveled in October (low season) ... we missed a little hospitality and personal connection. The owners answered all of the questions, but no maitre d'hotel was present ... and it created some kind of emptiness. This is probably different if you visit in summer. Despite that we really liked our stay.
The hotel, courtyard, room, common areas were all appealing and beautifully done. The bed and linens were the best quality of any guesthouses we stayed during our trip to Romania. We really loved it. We were there mid week and it was perfectly quiet. Both the hotel and the village. We understand that this becomes much busier during weekends and in the summer. So plan accordingly if you are looking for the peaceful stay that we enjoyed. We loved every minute. Will definitely return.
The small town of Viscri is off the beaten path and this Guest house/hotel was a real gem. The room had an old feel but was comfortable and the amenities were top notch. The bathroom was great with a walk in rain shower. The best of all worlds. Breakfast was delicious and watching the sheep and cows walk out to the fields in the morning was a treat for this city gal.
Very nice guest house, everything you need. Without TV, that was very nice. Mihai, the owner, was very nice and friendly. The chief cook, Vio, was very nice, the shared a little bit of her receipts and she was very nice to our son. We made some friends there. Very children friendly.
A charming Saxon village that retains the feel of centuries old traditional farming practices and lifestyles. There is plenty of evidence of the 21st. century but it’s not obtrusive. Deservedly a world heritage site and probably why Prince Charles has a guest house which supports sustainable tourism in the village. Stayed at 125 lovely old timber framed building with large garden and seating area. Good simple food and peaceful surroundings. There is Wi-fi if you need it. The dining area provided excellent albeit simple food and you can buy beer and wine on site.