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Casa de oaspeti Miclosoara

Miclosoara (Covasna)

Miclosoara (Covasna)
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Miclosoara guesthouse was cosntruita in 1800 and carefully restored in order to preserve the character and charm of Transylvania. The house is surrounded by a wonderful garden where guests can enjoy fresh air and nature.

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Guest House, Farmhouse, Bed and breakfast
Bedroom, Flat
Type of accommodation:
Bed & Breakfast
Half board
Always Open
Pets allowed

Miclosoara - 525104 Miclosoara, Covasna

Patrand character of rural roads are unpaved village Miclosoara so that may be dusty or if it is hot outside or muddy, immediately after rain.

Moving to terms guesthouse Miclosoara have mentioned a number of features. First, the furniture is old Transylvanian type. All rooms have double beds with special mattresses and duvets made from pure wool. Also, to maintain a peaceful atmosphere in rooms no TVs or radios, but can be replaced with ease of interesting books that are in each room. The rooms are also found electric kettle with tea and coffee provided. Bathrooms are equipped with either bathtubs or showers with each room having its own bathroom.

Moreover, there are common areas where guests can meet, read a book, play games, or enjoy a meal. In the living room there is a fireplace, and the kitchen is open to guests who want to eat right there.

Also, there are garden benches and tables where guests can spend time in the fresh air.

For those passionate about wine, Miclosoara guesthouse also has a wine cellar, where you can have even weight.

Most times transport will be with our horses drawn carriage. We also offer the opportunity to ride in may last longer riding paradise in Europe.

We strive to provide guests with food to be produced by us or be bought by the locals. Each location has its own garden and orchard. We grow rare breed chicken 'Transylvanian Naked Neck Black "for eggs and meat. Milk, yogurt and cheese are purchased in the village or the fold and we have honey from local beekeepers.

Jams are prepared by our cooks traditional recipes. Three-course meals with wine are prepared by cooks native of recipes handed down from generation to generation. Willing to serve and vegetarian dishes.

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