Chalet / Off-road tours
Nyergestető is located in the southern part of the Csík Basin southwest of Kászonújfalu and southeast of Csíkkozmás at 875 m above sea level. The most famous memorial pillar of the Csíki Mountains, memory of one of the last battles of the 1848-49 Hungarian Revolution and the War of Independence (Szabadságharc), is a perennial symbol of patriotism. The nearby forest is not only the cemetery of the fallen soldiers from the 1849s, but also the final resting place of the victims of the Turkish-Tatar invasions in 1550 and 1660.
In addition to the historical information, visitors can get a taste of the material and written memories of the 1848-49 Hungarian War of Independence, as a part of József Szanka’s private collection is exhibited in the Café.
The geographical location of our guesthouse, the silence of the forest and the rich air swirling through the pines all all contribute to a relaxed rest.
Accommodation can be provided in four three-bed rooms for 12 people.
Our rooms have separate baths and toilets. Two rooms have a French bed and 1 bed and a panoramic terrace overlooking the valley of Kászon, and the other two rooms have three single beds each.
In spite of the forest context, there is also Internet access and a TV.
Our guests can use the kitchen of our guesthouse, the garden grill. We provide breakfast, half board or full board at an extra charge.
Our revolutionary cafe can accommodate 25 people comfortably, and the terrace can accommodate up to 51 people.
Our demanding musical repertoire encompasses the style of folk and patriotic rock music, recalling the historical events of old times.
Our food supply is based mainly on the needs of the Székely people. In addition to grilled dishes, we serve single-course meals in a pot. For our pre-booked guests we will serve a multi-course menu based on previous consultation.
- 3 stars