Our map gives you a good overview of the beautiful places around our guesthouse.
Cultural and natural monuments
Our guesthouse is located just a short distance from the Lednice-Valtice area, a famed UNESCO World Heritage Site. While you can find plenty of information about the area here, we also have some insider tips to share with you.
From Lednice castle by boat on the Dyje
Boarding for the cruise is located at the dock approximately 300 metres from the castle. The first stop is at the Minaret, followed by a cruise that meanders through the Thaya River leading to Janův hrad (castle). Along the way, you might be lucky enough to spot beautiful turtles peeking out of the water, and perhaps even beavers. After disembarking at Janův hrad stop, you can take a pleasant walk back to Lednice Castle via the green hiking trail, which leads through the stunning castle park.
From the Three graces summer palace to the unique New court farm
The castle, known as the Three Graces after its famous sculpture, is a highly popular destination in the area. Located just one kilometre away, you can also visit a lesser-known but architecturally unique attraction - the Empire-style Nový Dvůr farmhouse. This early 19th-century building was originally used for sheep farming and features a circular rotunda with a beautifully painted parlour. The farmhouse provides indoor and outdoor seating for weary tourists and offers refreshments.
Belveder castle near Valtice
The Belveder Chateau, built in the classicist style, is situated approximately 1 km north of Valtice. It was initially built as a pheasant breeding facility for the local nobility, but nowadays, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The on-site seasonal café provides terrace seating, where you can relax to the sound of birds singing and savour a refreshing cup of coffee served in floral porcelain.
IF YOU FEEL LIKE GOING EVEN FURTHER AFIELD, THEN WE RECOMMEND:
THE BAREFOOT TRAIL
The unconventional Barefoot Trail takes you on a pleasant walk along the borders of the Czech Republic and Austria.
The Pavlov Archaeopark provides an opportunity to explore both prehistoric times and modern architecture.
Lookout tower Kobylí vrch
The Kobylí Vrch spiral lookout tower is located in close proximity to the Archeopark and offers a unique and captivating view of the surrounding area.
Swimming in the quarry
If you're looking for a spot to enjoy natural swimming, head to the quarry at Mariánský mlýn (mill) near Mikulov.
A visit to the Konvent Gallery in the former Capuchin monastery is a must-see when in Mikulov.