Let us introduce ourselves.
The married couple Fred and Ingrid Eisner decided to make their dream come true and provide accommodation in the mountains. Their wish was to offer exceptional and original accommodation in which guests would feel good and comfortable. Over two years, they put their hearts into building three cabins next to each other. Every cabin has its own style and unique design, seen to by Ingrid Eisner herself, so that services could be provided at a consistently high level of quality, as it should be in these matters. This was why one of three daughters, Elisabeth, left the comfort of the big city and moved into one of these cabins with her family. She, her husband Martin and their daughter Žofie are prepared to provide services for their customers and ensure that everyone at the cabins feel as if they were at home.
During your stay we are at your disposal and we can offer a number of additional services that will make your stay more pleasant.
- Transport to the ski resorts
- Buying fresh grocery
- Sport activities
Everybody who likes their comfort, whether in the winter or summer months, will enjoy their holiday in our chalets.
What can be done in our area?
The Velká Úpa ski compound
This is a smaller compound, but it has a slope with a high vertical drop, chairlift and children’s pass for the smallest beginners. This slope is located on the Portášky hill and within approx. 100m walking distance from the Petra cabin lodging.
Pecka games landscape
Interactive wooden sculptures, compounds based on Krkonoše fauna motifs, nature sightseeing and an architectural experience – all of this is offered by the Pecka games park located directly on the Portášek summit. Again, you can use the chairlift right beside the Petra cabin lodging. This attraction is open in spring and summer only.
You can find more information here: http://www.pec-ka.cz
The Krkonoše treetop trail offers a unique combination of experiences. You can expect a pleasant view to three sides of the world, educational stops, adrenaline stops, an amazing dry toboggan and, moreover, the unique chance to get a view of tree roots. The trail offers an entirely new dimension of experiences and is an ideal place for a family trip. The distance between Velká Úpa and the start of the trail is a mere 14 km and we also offer the possibility of transport from and to the lodging.
Walking up Sněžka
Mount Sněžka, with its 1,603 metres, is the highest mountain not only in Krkonoše, but in the entire Czech Republic. The rocky summit of Mount Sněžka, which has a surface area of about 30 acres, goes through the Czech-Polish border. On the northern Polish side, the Sněžka slopes descend into the Lomnička River valley. The southern slopes on the Czech side drop into the Obří, the western ones descend into the Úpa peat bog and the eastern cross into the Obří ridge. The name Sněžka came from the original appellation Sněžná, derived from the state of being “snow-covered”. You can set off towards Sněžka directly from the Petra cabin or drive by car to a paid parking place 3 km away.
With children to the Labe Spring
Even if you have small children, do not miss a trip to Krkonoše. You go to Horni Mísečky by car or cycle bus. From here already, the physically fitter can set off on foot with a pram, along the asphalt Masaryk road. Of course, you can save your strength by taking a bus which will take you and a pram to Zlaté návrší. The Labe Spring rises to the Labe meadow lying in close proximity to the Polish state border. The so-called Czech way passes through the place and there is a signpost of tourist routes there. In 1684, this spring was symbolically consecrated by Jan z Talemberka, the bishop of Hradec Králové, and the Labe meadow was thereby confirmed as Czech territory. In 1968, the Labe Spring was modified and an iron slab with the coat-of-arms of 26 towns through which the Labe flows on its 1,200 km long trail to the North Sea was installed.
Černá Hora ski compound
Enjoy up to three kilometres of ski slope, let yourself be transported in the only eight-place cable car in the Czech Republic or by the fastest, modern, heated six-seat Hofmanky Express. Černá hora is a compound not only for experienced skiers. The large children’s LIVE park Formanky locality can be found in close proximity to the main slopes. Equipped with mobile carpets and educational aids, LIVE park provides ideal facilities for skiing lessons held by the Ski Resort Live official school. Snowtubing tracks, animation programs, babysitting, skier equipment rental and the family-owned Hospůdka na Formankách pub are all part of LIVE park. On Černá hora, you will also find the longest ski slope for evening skiing: the 1.6 km-long Protěž, with a homonymous, cosy restaurant at the lower lift station.
Janské Lázně, a town lying at the foot of Černá hora (1,299 m above sea level) in the Krkonoše National Park, is distinguished by the unique atmosphere of a spa town lined with the colourful feel of a mountain centre. A unique combination of world-renowned spas and a state-of-the-art sport centre in the Czech Republic creates a broad range of possibilities for visitors. Thermal mineral water of a hydrocarbon-calcic-sodium type, rising from the spa compound as Janův and Černý pramen and supplying all water-curative procedures and pools and the local climate below the mountains, are a natural curative source.
Relax Park in Peci pod Sněžkou
Relax Park in Peci offers self-realization for children and adults. There are several large attractions which develop movement and ensure fun for the whole day. Here you can find at your disposal a bobsleigh track, a 700 m long slide on which you descend on a safely-fixed bobsleigh at a speed of up to 40 km/h; Fly Kladka, on which you “fly” over the heads of tourists at a height of 15 m, or children’s jungle gyms, slides, trampolines and jumping castles called Lemuria.
More here: http://www.relaxpark.cz