Situated in a small village at the foot of the Bükk Mountains in the north eastern part of Heves County, our guesthouse is only 22 km away from Eger and 12 km from Szilvásvárad. The vast rolling countryside with woodlands and oak-forests is ideal for hiking. Native wildflowers and plants are reclaiming the hill-sides and the native stock of game is rediscovering their old habitat around the village.
The inhabitants of region are the Palots people. They preserved old traditions, keeping their folkways intact until the beginning of the 20th century. In fact, their characteristic costume was completed in the 20th century.
Come and discover pure natural beauty and the authentic culture of the Palots people.


Genuine Palots kitchen museum
 - Gastronomic presentation – cooking in the old Palots kitchen, using traditional household utensils
 - Palots dinner – old recipes, old flavours
 - Bread-baking - “Can you bake bread?” the lad would ask before proposing to the maid
Traditional crafts
 - pottery
 - felting
 - candle-making
 - spinning and weaving
 - Szilvásvárad – the Szalajka Valley, narrow-gauge train, Lippizaner horses
 - Eger – sightseeing
 - Bélapátfalva – the Abbey of Bélháromkút
 - hiking with tour guide
Further details in our prospectus

Holiday vouchers are welcome

There are seven rooms (20-25m2) in the house each with traditional folkart furniture and an en-suite bathroom.
There is a sitting-room (20m2) with TV and books and a reception hall (70m2) suitable to house larger events and receptions.
Besides the well-equipped modern kitchen there is a genuine Palots kitchen with fire-place and traditional household utensils suitable for gastronomic presentations and Palots dinner-parties.

We welcome families, parties, hikers, business meetings.