Hotel Svambersky dum
Address: Soukenicka 35, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
This small, charming hotel is in one of the oldest medieval houses in the heart of historic Cesky Krumlov. The original medieval frescoes on the building’s façade were recently restored to their former colourful glory.
The charming Hotel Svambersky dum is located in the center of Cesky Krumlov close to the main square. It is a carefully restored medieval building with frescoes on the facade.Rooms are very spacious and some rooms on the first floor have a terrace with a view of the town's impressive castle. The 2 spacious attic suites have original, preserved medieval beams and an extra large seating area. Extra beds can be added to some of the rooms for an additional charge. All of the hotel's charming rooms are en suite and spacious and furnished with period furniture.A stylish restaurant on the ground floor specializes in dishes prepared on open fire.Wireless internet is available in the entire Svambersky dum hotel free of charge.Guarded parking is available at the Eggenberg brewery. Guests can drive with their car to the hotel, unload their luggage and check in. Upon check-in, guests will be given a map with instructions how to reach the parking lot.
Krumlov Castle is unusually large for a town of Krumlov's size; and, in the Czech Republic, only Prague castle is larger.The castle also contains a preserved Baroque theatre which was completed in 1766. The theatre is still complete with original stage machinery, scenery and props.Krumlov also has a museum dedicated to the painter Egon Schiele, who lived in the town.Ten kilometers from Krumlov is one of the Czech Republic’s oldest monasteries, Zlatá Koruna ("The Golden Crown"). About 30 km from Krumlov is the Hluboká Castle, established in the 12th century and later remodelled according to Windsor Castle in England.Krumlov is close to the Šumava National Park, the Czech Republic's largest national park. The Šumava mountains lie along the border with Austria and Germany and offer a range of natural habitats - peat bogs, Alpine meadows, primeval forests, lakes, and rivers. The area is popular with walkers, cyclists, and canoeists on the Vltava.Other attractions in Český Krumlov or nearby in the surrounding area include:Castle Garden, the Revolving Theatre, the Museum of Torture, the Waxworks Museum, the Český Krumlov Regional Museum, the Graphite Mine and the Five-Petalled Rose Festival.
Arrival by air:International airports:Prague - 180 km,Linz / Austria - 70 kmArrival by public transportation:Nearest train station: Cesky Krumlov - app. 2km from the hotel away.Nearest bus station: Main Station - app. 800m from the hotel away.From the train station - ( Vlakové nádraží or železniční stanice ): The train station is about a 30-minute walk downhill to the town's historical centre. If you don't want to walk, you can take the local bus ( you can either get out at bus stop "Špičák", or the bus station - "AN-Autobusové nádraží" ).From the main bus station - ( Autobusové nádraží ): The main bus station is a ten-minute walk from the town's historical centre, within easy walking distance to all of Český Krumlov's sights, and the hub for all international and inter-city connections.Arrival by car:Please follow the signs in direction "City Center" when you reach the city. The hotel is located within the pedestrian zone!From Praha-Ruzyne airport: Follow the R1 out of the aiport and join up to the E50 / E48, heading southeast. At Mirosovice, follow the route E55 / R3 southwards. Head south on this road, toward Ceske Budejovice. After Ceske Budejovice, bear right on the R39 and follow signs for the centre of Cesky Krumlov. From Vienna / Prague:Head along route E55/3. You are entering "Stritez". Head straightforward onto "Kaplice-Nadrazi" ( route 3 ). Turn left onto "Kaplice-Nadrazi" ( route 157 ). Leave "Stritez" and head straightforward onto route 157. Follow the route 157 until you reach "Cesky Krumlov". Head straightforward onto "Kaplicka street". Turn left onto "Objizdkova street" ( route 160 ). Leave Objizdkova and turn right onto "Kaplicka street" again. Follow it until the end, then you reached the historical city centre!.
Food & beverage
A buffet breakfast is included in the room rate and is served in the restaurant downstairs daily from 8 to 10 am. Our breakfast buffet offers a wide choice of food and drinks. There is a stylish restaurant with a fire-place on the groundfloor as well as a terrace and basement cellar - of the total capacity 128 seats. The restaurant is open daily from 11am to 11pm.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Restaurant|
|• Bar||• Terrace|
|• Non-Smoking Rooms||• Heating|
|• Breakfast Buffet||• Golf Course (within 3 km)|
|• Internet Services||• Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN|
|• Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included|
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the charming town of Český Krumlov boasts many fine 3 star hotels, but few as characterful and quaint as the Hotel-Restaurant Švamberský Dům. Located in Český Krumlov's historic centre, the hotel is within walking distance of all of the town's historic heritage sites, including 300 protected buildings, one of the largest castle's in the Czech Republic and a 17th century theatre. The Hotel-Restaurant Švamberský Dům is located in an historic building with a medieval façade, the ground floor being home to the restaurant and the upper floors featuring 6 rooms that provide comfortable and great-value-for-money accommodation in Český Krumlov all year round. There are an endless variety of ways you can immerse yourself in the Czech history and culture here, as there are 7 museums, 5 galleries and beer tasting available in the local brewery. You could also time your visit to coincide with one of Český Krumlov's many music, theatre and arts festivals that take place annually. The highlight of this Český Krumlov hotel, however, is beyond a shadow of a doubt its superb restaurant. Many Czech specialities are on the menu, including game, poultry and red meat dishes, some of which are cooked on the open fire, right in front of you eyes. Vegetarian dishes, salads and lighter meals are also served as well as a delicious selection of desserts. From the drink's menu, you should certainly try the Budvar Beer, a Czech national favourite, as well as the locally-brewed Eggenberg Beer.