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Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses

Str. Principala 186 Miklósvár, Miclosoara 525104 Romania
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Travel to a place that time forgot. Count Kalnoky's family has returned to Transylvania after 50 years of exile. They set about finding ways to save their heritage and restore the Estate to its former character. Through the development of a unique tourism venture, the Kalnoky's are turning their vision into reality. Our guesthouses in the Transylvanian village of Miklosvar / Miclosoara date back to the 1800’s and before. The buildings have been carefully restored in order to preserve their original charm and character. The guesthouses are situated within spacious gardens, some with storks nesting on nearby rooftops. They have been beautifully furnished with antiques in the Transylvanian Szekler and Saxon styles. To ensure that our guests have a warm and comfortable stay also in winter, we have enhanced the original wood stoves by a hidden central heating system. The village has little infrastructure, therefore we cannot (and do not wish to) claim technical perfection. Some streets remain unpaved and pot-holed, so can become dusty in the sun and muddy after the rain. There can be no denying the rustic charm and original character, which offers an opportunity to step back in time, as if you were in a 19th century novel and had come to visit friends in Transylvania's countryside.
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Cornel B wrote a review Feb 2021
Bucharest, Romania395 contributions90 helpful votes
Beautiful place with old style renovated houses, situated in a very quiet village, surrounded by foxes and deer, delicious homemade food, friendly staff. Stayed in the Prince’s of Walles Room, which I think is the most beautiful of all. Enjoy it!
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Doina B wrote a review Feb 2020
75 contributions46 helpful votes
A typical mansion of the local Hungarian noble families, it impresses the visitor for its rustic elegance, preservation of traditional elements of the local style/both architecture and furniture pieces, and last but not least, live memories of the owners' intellectual pursuits and everyday life. Thanks to the guide, a very nice and knowledgeable young lady, we enjoyed tasting some delicious cookies and a glass of wine in the cellar - a very chic place full of olden-times stuff. After a very short stroll up and down the park,by a pond with waterl-ilies still in full bloom, we were sorry to take leave and get on the coach.. P.S. Quite nearby, nestled in the Carpathian foothills, in the Zaland valley, there lies one of Prince Charles' Transylvanian retreats.
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Date of stay: September 2019
2 Helpful votes
Alexander Woywodt wrote a review Jan 2020
Lancaster, United Kingdom253 contributions130 helpful votes
We stayed here for a week in January 2020 and we loved it. We booked the all inclusive with activities and that seemed a good choice. This place is in a rural village with two small shops and not much else and is a great place to get away from it all and slow down. We stayed in the main house and liked the rustic charm of the accomodation. We loved the tiled ovens and traditional furniture. The food was excellent and local and wines very good too. It felt very special as we were the only guests for much of the stay, but could also see how nice it would be having dinner with other guests in the ‘wine cellar’. The activities were nice too with bear watching in a hide as an unexpected highlight. We loved the local Szekler culture and fortified churches. I think this accomodation is a great choice if you want to immerse yourself in the local culture and if you can live without TV and mod coms. We were initially surprised that our room faced the road but this didnt really matter as very few cars overnight. All staff were very helpful but unobtrusive. Sauna would have been nice but this didnt matter much either. There were lots of books/games to pass the time but would suggest you bring Chechov short stories Tolstoj or a Joseph Roth novel such as Radetzkymarsch if German to really complete the experience. Wonderful!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
3 Helpful votes
EricaCP wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom9 contributions11 helpful votes
We had decided to go somewhere different , to have an adventure, to mark the 80th birthday of Paps! There were seventeen of us: the grandparents, the seven children and children in law, and the eight grandchildren - swooping in from Kent, London and Barcelona. I arrived the last after something of a dramatic travel mishap (which had seen the rest of the family go ahead). This unexpected twist though meant I took a long, old train from Bucharest (an experience in itself) and arrived in the black of midnight at Brasov Station where I was overjoyed to see the charming hotel manager on the station steps displaying my name and a smile. We drove through darkness and mist to the guest houses where I was showed to the blue house and where snoring children awaited. Beautiful rustic charm with upholstered chairs, crisp cotton bedding, wood burners to heat and outside the windows a black night of stars. In the morning as the sun came up and the mist lifted the whole family met at a huge breakfast table where the warm staff served fresh bread, pressed golden apple juice, jams, pickles, local cheese and mountains and mountains of eggs. We planned outings - on our own and with the guesthouse. We saw castles, went hiking, jumped into horses and carts to picnic in a meadow near the woods - where we were treated to a barbecue and then races in the carts on the drive home. Giddy laughter from us all as the horses surged home! We drove through what looked to us like Thomas Hardy’s unspoilt England - ending up at the Kanolky stables where the Countess taught us all (children too) about horses, and balance and closing your eyes in the saddle. Some of us rode out for a picnic into the beautiful woods and meadows where we saw an old couple hunting for wild mushrooms as we wandered up old tracks. Matyas answered our questions about this land, its peoples, its histories. In the evenings we sat in the cellar eating homemade food and drinking wine at a long candlelit table. Miraculously the eight children didn’t do much damage. We were all happy from the sun. We chattered around the table playing games, and talking about our favourite memories of the day. This is a familiar but faraway land of fields without fences, shepherds that live on the hills for months on end with packs of loyal dogs, forests that sprawl for miles around pastures, horses and carts on the roads, sour cheeses made on the hills, pickles, wolves, and cows with bells that ring through the lanes. We learnt about Szeklers, strip farming, bear prints, wild flowers, churches and horses. It was an adventure and a colourful haven.
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Date of stay: October 2019
2 Helpful votes
Elena wrote a review Oct 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
If you want to find out the real taste of Transylvanian traditions and history, just go to this wonderful place "out of time" for a unique and authentic experience. Every detail in the rooms and the common spaces is chosen with delicate taste, from ancient furniture to books to handmade fabrics; the personal is nice and full of attention; the food tasty; the different activities well organized and very interesting. We had a horse cart tour with barbecue, accompanied by a young man who spoke different languages and answered with passion all our questions about the region. A unique way to discover the countryside, the woods, the wildlife. Afterwards, a lady showed us the Museum of Transylvanian life in the castle. The "table d'hôte" dinner, as the gorgeous breakfast, are special convivial moments to know the other guests and share the experiences of the day. Last but not least, Countess Kalnoky put a special attention in our demand for a customized riding tour and did her best to transform every moment in a useful learning experience. Absolutely lovely!
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Date of stay: October 2019
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count kalnoky`s guesthouses hotel miclosoara
RomaniaTransylvaniaCentral RomaniaCovasna CountyMiclosoara
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Frequently Asked Questions about Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses
Which popular attractions are close to Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses?
Nearby attractions include Ferma de Bizoni - Bison Farm (3.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Does Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Count Kalnoky's Guesthouses located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.04 miles away from the center of Miclosoara.