It is a unique place, old houses and a school rehab and became acomodation. They keept the original style of the houses inside and out. We stood in a room with a loft, at the first floor it was the living room and the bathroom and upstairs the bed and some chairs. The food was good, but you have to eat what the chef cook in that day, tree courses at 20 euro. It is a quiet place and from there you can visit some touristical area in the neibar. Everithing was great, just some herbs was inveded our bedroom :))
Lovely place with a unique feeling of coziness and a beautiful library. BUT: - rooms were not so clean, there were spider webs; - no mini fridge in the room; - not enough pillows (I`ve asked for another one, but it was very small) - meals: pricey (22e/person/dinner) and you find what you eat when you see your plate. There is no price list! Or menu from where to choose or be informed. If you have food allergies, or simply you do not eat (for expl rabbit) it`s a hassle. I`m sorry I haven`t seen this kind of reviews on BOOKING or their page on FB, but I will try to write there also... For guests from Romania, I don`t recommend more than a one night stay.
We travelled great distances from Asia to find this gem, amidst great history and heartwarming hospitality! Great food and ambience! The owners have done a great job in transforming an old school to a boutique hotel of great taste and charm!
I am truly impressed to find such a beautiful place in Romania. The design, the food, the staff. Everything was just lovely! If you are planning to have dinner there, keep in mind that the chef can't read your mind and he has to know in advance about your food preferences and allergies, as the menu is fixed. I told him that i don t eat meat and he was kind enough to cook fish for me, as everybody else was having veal that evening. To address the bad reviews talking about bugs: it's an old building in the middle of a small village. There will be bugs and it's only natural. We spent almost 4hrs on a blanket in the yard. There were ants. And cats. And friendly dogs. Welcome to the countryside! Last but not least, the owner. I heard her speak german, english and romanian. She spent time with the guests, always present and polite. When we admired one of the houses, she even invited us in, as it was her home! So no, she is really far from rude. In fact, i admire everything she has done, as she put Cincsor on the travellers map. Would recommend this wonderful place 10/10 and will, for sure, come back! …
A uniq place, made by family passionate for history, architecture and hospitality. It s a place where you can connect with nature, your roots and find peace for you thoughts. It s a place where love for your half is bigger and better! Cincsor it s the place to visit and stay in Transylvania!