Went here for a family wedding. Is the perfect combination between relaxing, disconnecting, clear air and great food. The rooms are high, bright and not having a TV gives you the feeling of real connection to people and nature. Don't miss this destination!
We stopped for lunch, in this place, highly advertised! The premises looks very good, old houses, nicely renovated. The lunch was a bit of a dissapoinment… only one meal in the menu, called gulas, basically a pork stew and a pudding as desert. Taste was ok, but food is more basic than ‘refined’ as it is advertised! And extremely expensive!!!!!!$$$$
Been there at a family wedding, during the week. I didn't expected to be so simple but yet so warm. The staff was so kind with us and helped us with the event's preparations in advance. Music - they have a CD Player with classical music, 80's and "party" music and piano music. Library - the main attraction, perfect place for Instagram posts or just simply read something. Rooms - simple, clean, harmonious colouring. It is a quiet place, perfect to "escape" from the urban noises.
The only problem I have with writing this review is that others will discover this amazing place and then I will find it more difficult to make reservations! The Transylvania Guest House in Cincsor, Romania is a rare find: a treasured combination of rural comfort, traditional feel and 5-star food and service. Michael and his lovely wife Carmen converted an old Saxon school house and several adjoining buildings into a pension complex without spoiling any of the history. In fact…they PRESERVED it! Rooms are appointed with traditional furniture with obvious upgrades for creature comforts. All are set in the shadow of a beautiful Saxon fortified church which Michael will gladly provide a tour of. Cincsor is a short hop to many amazing sites: Viscri (where Charles, Prince of Wales has a residence), Rupea, Sighisoara and many other fabulous Transylvanian points of interest. The food is 5-Star. Chef Adrian prepares evening meals that would rate a Michelin star…if they would ever take the trouble to travel to this remote area. All are freshly prepared with fresh, local ingredients providing a completely unique combination of international favorites with a twist of Transylvanian flair. Michael and Carmen are exquisite hosts. They provide service which is second to none and understand the local history better than anyone, especially since Carmen attended school in the very school house that was transformed into the pension’s main building! I’ve visited this area often: for business and pleasure. I would never stay elsewhere. I will be secretly happy if you decide not to visit and leave this gem of Transylvania for me, my Family, and a select few who truly adore this place.…
Beautiful place and surrounds, cozy rooms, friendly owners. Separatly thanks to chef Adrian for excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner. Something special for all of us. There are 4 houses, all with different rooms, every room with warm athmospere. Recommended for families with or without children, complet and home working people. Very good wi-fi.