1. Maldăr Manor
Maldăr Manor invites you to sample the boyar charm of old-fashioned Oltenia.The estate, situated near Horezu on the lower slopes of Măgura Slătioara in Măldărești, welcomes you to an authentic kula, where every nook is alive with stories of knights and ladies of old. Each of the manor’s fifteen rooms has its own tale and is brimming with charming details: authentic historic furniture, traditional carpets, dowry chests, and starched linen.
What is the best way to start a day of leisure at the manor? By savouring a steaming cup of coffee on the dazzlingly white balcony, under the arches from where the boyars of old once scanned the horizon. Allow yourself a moment of respite from the everyday grind and let yourself be enticed into a world of legend…
2. Haller Castle
The first castle pension with the elegance of historical Transylvania.
The castle was built in the XVI. century, having the characteristic style of a neo-classical baroque building. Our guests can enjoy in our restaurant and wine cellar the outstanding specialities of the transylvanian and international cuisine.
Castle Pension Haller is the first of its kinds that bears the elegance of historical Transylvania. It is situated on the left bank of river Mures, 22 km from Targu Mures on the european highway E30 that connects Targu Mures and Cluj Napoca. The hotel is situated 9 km from Targu Mures International Airport.
The castle pension has 15 rooms, 2 of which are apartments, and 13 are double rooms, and all of them are decorated in neo-classical baroque style, and they can have extra beds put in them. The three-star hotel offers modern and elegant services at high standards. All rooms have separate bathrooms, TV, a phone, a minibar, and free wireless internet access.
3. Conacul dintre vii
Story of a manor and a traveller…
End of the 19th century in Walachia. The traveller, tired and burdened with daily worries, seeks rest and comfort at the end of the small road with cherry trees, among the endless vineyards. He stops at Conacul dintre vii for the first time. He somewhat hesitates. He has seen enough bad though swank inns with stupid decorations, foods and doubtful provenience and nothing to do. He finds Conacul dintre vii different already. The moderately wealthy manor arranged according to Romanian customs, with all outbuildings necessary for the household and useful for guests. Furnished according to the time’s style in wood and raw iron, with the scent of old stories and cosmopolitan refinement. White walls plastered with clay lumps, woven carpets on the wooden floor, bedroom with divan and canopy and all the needed things for abiding.
Conacul dintre vii hosts you nowadays!
Conacul dintre vii exists now. And looks as the story tells. In the small town of Urlati in the county of Prahova, just one hour away from Bucharest. The road with cherry trees, the vineyards, the old-time boyar house, the furniture, the flagons, the tubs, the wine, the bathing place, the people and life itself are all in their proper place. The same goes for your hosts, who cook healthy meals, comfitures and pickles, which we’re sure you’d like to take home with you. The only mentions: tap water, council room with state-of-the-art equipment and no plastic flowers!
In the middle of Sighisoara Citadel, right at the foot of the Hill, where the 175 steps of the Covered Stair ends, a haughty house invites the traveler to rest, apparently begging him to listen to its story:
Long ago, the Fronius family (and old transylvanian saxon family) built one of the few houses that were to resist the devastating fire in 1676.
Sign of high social rank, the water well in the bailey saved what after hundreds of years was to become a jewel of the old Citadel. The Latin inscription, dating since the great fire, resists at present, as well, worthy, on the facade of the house as a sign of “thank you” addressed to God for His protection.
Fronius Residence has, now, 7 rooms, each with a different style, as regards the dimensions and decorations. In some of them, the gothic ceilings still bear the marks of the great fire. They are furrowed by arches of sculpted stone and, here and there, you can see the restored original picture. The doors` lockers are the old original ones. The furniture is old, being in tune with the atmosphere of the house, being purchased piece by piece from different areas of Transylvania. The exquisite bathrooms, made of natural materials, include slight contrast of old style and new style, precisely conceived for the visitor`s complete comfort.