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We arrived at Augustin station at 10.01 am on a train from Bucharest (a 4 hour journey) We phoned the property the day before confirming our arrival time and confirming there would be a car waiting for our transfer (as per our instruction, and paid...More
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Response from tkalnoky, Manager at Count Kalnoky's GuesthousesResponded 5 days ago
We are sorry this situation was caused by a misunderstanding on a booking.
At our guesthouse you can book the rooms on our website, or you can contact directly our office (phone or email) and manage the reservation directly with one of our colleagues. In...More
Wow what a place; we stayed for two nights, three days, at the end of our honeymoon. We were in the blue house and would recommend that as it’s on the main site (close to breakfast and dinner). Huge amounts of care have gone in...More
I had an amazing stay here and the rooms were tastefully furnished in traditional antiques. The meals were delicious and wine was included with the evening meal. My favourite was eating together at night and meeting some very interesting people each night. We visited the...More
We could only stay one night due to lack of availability but will definitely return. This is a piece of paradise in the pristine hills and meadows of Transylvania. It's very rural and there's no TV or wifi but that adds to the charm. The...More
What a great job they did ! They restored few old traditional houses in Miclosoara Village and the outcome is splendid ! The houses are a perfect way to go back in time in the 18 hundreds... All the rooms have genuine old furniture and...More
They are both wonderful but different. Depends on what you are wanting. Zalanpatak is very isolated, rural, quiet - you need to appreciate nature and a very different pace of life to enjoy it there, no wifi by the... More
They are both wonderful but different. Depends on what you are wanting. Zalanpatak is very isolated, rural, quiet - you need to appreciate nature and a very different pace of life to enjoy it there, no wifi by the way.
Miklosvar is more of a busy village in comparison but also beautiful. Wifi available at the main house.
Highlight of the day at both places is seeing the cows come back down from the hills in the evening and the villagers sitting out on their little wooden benches, chatting, and waiting for their own cows to appear and file themselves into their own farmsteads.
Yes, we were asked to send a photocopy of the credit card. Everything was on the up & up and the transaction was accurate. You need to realize you are going to a rural area which was once Communist-owned. This is truly like... More
Yes, we were asked to send a photocopy of the credit card. Everything was on the up & up and the transaction was accurate. You need to realize you are going to a rural area which was once Communist-owned. This is truly like stepping back in time. It's a wonderful place.