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IdyllicPrague Conifer Cottage

Cottage | 12 bedrooms | sleeps 40

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 5 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

IdyllicPrague Conifer Cottage, Cherry Tree Cottage, Cherry Tree Lodge and Cherry Garden Suite are situated in delightful rural countryside; yet a pleasant bus ride of only 20 minute takes you to the Golden City of Prague. The Cottages are situated on bicycle track 6100 which runs the full length of Silent Valley National Park to reach the river Vltava where a rope ferry carries passengers and bicycles to the cycle track on the far side of the river. T

he track hasa barely perceptible gradient making cycling easy and relaxing for all the family. IdyllicPrague can usually offer bicycles for rental at very reasonable prices.

Several delightful rural pub/restaurants are nearby.

IdyllicPrague have hosted several Weddings. IdyllicPrague provides a romantic, memorable, affordable setting and the freedom to design your Wedding to be exactly as you want it. Have a look at the photos on our website!

• Perfect for a couple or family, or groups of up to 40 by combining Cottages

• Ground floor fully adapted for wheelchairs with 800mm doors, roll-in shower etc

• Easy 20 minutes into Prague City

• Easy 15 minutes from Prague airport

• Personal airport welcome and transfer included

- Free bilingual telephone support throughout your holiday

• Guided city tours available

• Situated at entrance to picturesque National Park Forest rich in archaeological sites

• 500 metres to unforgettable Bohemian Restaurant with low low prices and world class beer

• Walk or cycle from the cottage following streams and lakes through delightful forest to the Vltava river and enchanting countryside beyond

• Off cycle track, but with car/taxi access to house

• Large garden with BBQ area

• Wi-Fi broadband internet access and computer

• Serviced fully equipped luxury accommodation

• For more details and reviews, click on our website link at the bottom of this page

Size Sleeps up to 40, 12 bedrooms
Nearest beach Lakeside beaches 5 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Prague 8 km, Nearest railway: Prague Roztoky 5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms 12 bedrooms
Furniture
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking
Further details outdoors

The house is not on a road, but is on "cycle track 8100". (But do not worry, cars and taxis can drive up to the house!) By request, we will be pleased to provide you with bicycles.

Following a stream flowing down into the Vltava river, cycle track 8100 runs through a delightful forested National Park called "Tyche Udoli" which means "Silent Valley". Inclines are gentle and the track has a reasonable surface, making cycling easy and pleasurable.

On reaching the main Vltava river, cycle tracks continue along both banks of the river. Particularly to be recommended is the chain ferry, which for 15kc will carry you and your bicycle across the river to explore further cycle tracks on the far river bank. Exploring on foot.

The cycle tracks, paths, forests and lakes of the National Park are as popular with ramblers as with cyclists. The tranquil valley and enticing paths lead to intriguing wild life discoveries.

Cerny Vul translates as "Black Bullock". A sign on the cycle path states "Cerny Vul is a site of rich archaeological finds. A Neolithic ceramic bull's head found here gave the village its name."

Further details

Minimum booking £200. Cottage rental rates range from GBP £15 per night to GBP £300 per night. Full details of the rental rates are published on our website - please note HolidayLettings is not our website, you need to look at our website for full details.

Out of season rental rates are halved. In high season - August and New Year - rental rates are increased. Prices based on £30-£100 per Cottage per night except for large groups when prices are based on £12 per Guest per night. Rent-a-chef service is available at around £4 per person all-inclusive for a quality evening meal prepared for you by an expert professional chef.

Price includes, free use of locking garage, free welcome pack, free use of eMail & Internet computer, free broadband Internet access, free WiFi, free metro/bus/tram/train/funicular railway tickets (one per Guest), free services (electric, water, heating, telephone), free laundering of bedding and towels, free cleaning and free bilingual telephone holiday support throughout your IdyllicPrague.com holiday.

No pets or smoking. Check-in 15:00 check-out 10:00 but we can usually be much more flexible. Bicycle rental per bicycle £10 plus £1 per day.

The Bohemia region

Compared to maritime Britain, Prague has more extreme weather patterns and more distinct annual seasons. Summers are pleasantly hot and sunny. Winters are cold with ice and snow. Spring and autumn form shorter more distinct transitions between summer and winter and hence are more readily appreciated.

Perhaps appropriately for a country that was led out of communism by playwright Havel, Prague has more theatres than any city in the world, in spite of its relatively small size.

Two opera houses and the National Theatre, which would be worth visiting merely for their sumptuous interiors and distinguished history, provide world class opera and ballet. Spectacular performances are further enhanced by lavish casts, full orchestras, and extensive stage and lighting crews. This is a delightful contrast to the frugality that has become too common elsewhere.

Operas are often joyously directed as their composers intended, rather than reinterpreted. The Prague origins of the works of Dvorak, Smetana, Janacek and Mozart are particularly venerated.

The notable Rudolfinum Concert Hall boasts performances by many world class musicians and orchestras, and concerts are performed in many delightful venues such as Baroque churches.

Several black light theatres and marionette theatres feature a style of performance unique to Prague. Specialist children's theatres and experimental theatres and international cinemas, often showing films in English, abound.

Major events, such as rock concerts, are often staged. The fame of the Prague Jazz clubs was endorsed by a "Two President Duet". When President Clinton was visiting Prague, he took to the stage for an impromptu jazz saxophone performance with his host, President Havel.

Czech beer is outstanding, and is copiously served in cellars, gardens and pubs of every kind. The wide spectrum of nightlife can be very "Bohemian" in Prague, the capital of Bohemia.

Most styles of international cuisine can be found in Prague restaurants, and dining out can be excellent value, particularly outside Prague. The modest restaurant prices for wine and beer are particularly welcome. Only a few top restaurants are expensive and in general you get what you pay for.

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Exploring by bicycle

The house is not on a road, but is on "cycle track 8100". (But do not worry, cars and taxis can drive up to the house!) By request, we will be pleased to provide you with bicycles.

Following a stream flowing down into the Vltava river, cycle track 8100 runs through a delightful forested National Park called "Tyche Udoli" which means "Silent Valley". Inclines are gentle and the track has a reasonable surface, making cycling easy and pleasurable.

On reaching the main Vltava river, cycle tracks continue along both banks of the river. Particularly to be recommended is the chain ferry, which for 15kc will carry you and your bicycle across the river to explore further cycle tracks on the far river bank.

Exploring on foot

The cycle tracks, paths, forests and lakes of the National Park are as popular with ramblers as with cyclists. The tranquil valley and enticing paths lead to intriguing wild life discoveries.

Cerny Vul translates as "Black Bullock". A sign on the cycle path states "Cerny Vul is a site of rich archaeological finds. A Neolithic ceramic bull's head found here gave the village its name."

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1 May 2014

5/5

"A lovely property in a quiet area"

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Idyllic Prague - the house is a lovely spacious property in a very nice area. The rooms are spacious and whilst it was just two of us, it didn't feel too big for us. It was well equipped for cooking and staying in.

The area is lovely and one of the best bits was the fact that cycle hire was available from the property - Hana helped provide us with bikes and there were plenty of nearby places to see. We cycled along to a lovely scenic river which you could cross by ferry, but also just to some of the local restaurants which were pretty reasonable. There was also a good pub just across the road!

We of course made a couple of trips into Prague, for which there is a direct bus - it's probably possible by bike as well although we weren't that adventurous!

Recommended.

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Calendar last updated:23 Nov 2014

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