Transylvania winter holiday accommodation
Description of Transylvania winter holiday accommodation
We usually have natural snow cover in December, January & February. The emphasis for us are alternatives to skiing such as snow shoeing in the nearby woods and cross country skiing on the nearby meadows.
5 Reviews of Transylvania winter holiday accommodation
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 01 Jan 2020 by Jonathan WoodExcellent hospitality, good guiding ( thank you Cidi ),and fascinating history. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Jan 2016 by Tom Cooper-JonesThe peaceful ambience was the thing that will stay with me - although there was also so much excitement of course on the tours, new year's eve party etc. For a city dweller it was the perfect way to unwind and 'get away from it all. Read full review
Reviewed on 29 Dec 2016 by Vanessa JefferysA really perfect holiday for us. Snow, countryside, interesting history and culture. Lots to see and do. Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Feb 2013 by Margaret Da costaExcellent...The stay at the guest house- amazing! The staff were fantastic and nothing was too much trouble at all. The tour guides were outstanding. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Aug 2012 by Lois Carrington KingThe most memorable part was the gorge walk and bat caves, it was magical in the winter with a full snow covering...Excellent a most memorable holiday... Read full review
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PlanetOur small enterprise provides employment for 14 families. Most of the food we serve as well as the building material we use is traditionally produced in the village and its surroundings. Our staff is now skilled in their new professions, be it the cook, the guide or the restoration worker. We aim at restoring and preserving the historic architectural harmony of our village and its environment. The guest houses are part of the village and our guests become neighbours to the villagers for the length of their stay. We show our guests nature still in its unspoiled way. We monitor wildlife around the village and make the villagers understand why it is so important to preserve it. We promote sustainable tourism also by limiting the amount of rooms available.
PeopleAll our employees are local and benefit from high training standards. We purchase most goods locally, even traditional building materials like hand made tiles, bricks and lime. Our taxes go to the local council helping to develop the village. Profit generated by the guests is re-invested directly in the restoration of our cultural heritage. Thus the entire village largely benefits from our undertaking.
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