- 4 bedrooms in the main house + one in the modern barn
- From 196 Euros
- Only for over 12 years old if going as a hotel guest
- but can be rented as a whole
- Outdoor natural pool in the summer
- Possibility to have wellness treatments in a nearby hotel
- Cooking classes at the weekend
- 35km from Ostrava which has flights from London
- transfers from the railway station, the airport, or to any trip starting points are available upon request.
Mezi Plutkys is located amongst hills in the Carpathian Mountain range between forests and meadows of the silent Podolanky Valley. It is near the village of Čeladná, 35 km from the third largest Czech city, Ostrava. The name Mezi Plůtky means between fences and indeed the house is surrounded by meadows and a canopy of mature trees.
In the summer, guests will likely go for hikes or relax in the natural outdoor pool. In the winter, you can start cross-country skiing right from the doorstep.
The owners are an inspired Czech couple who totally reinvented the 200-hundred-year-old mountain house. Given that they are an architect and an interior designer, it’s no wonder that the result is a great combination of respecting the origins of the building while injecting modernity in a classic elegant way.
They furnished it with a collection of arts and crats and pieces from the likes of Karl Andersson Soner, Hay, Ronan Bouroullec or Patricia Urquiola.
Mezi Plutky has four generous suite-style boutique rooms in the old house and a “Summer House” bedroom located in the newly built barn. It’s better for families with children over 12 years old as they don’t have cots. However, you can also exclusively hire the whole house, at which time I suppose you could have children in the various rooms.
Foodwise, you can help yourself to tea and coffee with their afternoon cake or have a drink from the Smeg honesty wine fridge. They offer breakfast and you can also choose to have diner and decide it with the owner in the morning. If you rent the whole house, you’ll be able to go to a well-supplied grocery shop, with a bakery and a small butcher’s shop only two kilometres away.
There are several nature parklands closeby including the national reserve Knehyne. The village of Čeladná is just 35 km from the third largest Czech city, Ostrava.Stylish country house is located in mountain valley of scenic village Celadna – Beskydy. Pension offers original accommodation in suites.