Holiday home for six people in North Bohemia.2/7Holiday in a wooden house
Czech Republic | You’ll find holiday cabins here that are made entirely of wood. We find that it’s the ideal accommodation for exploring the Czech Republic’s beautiful natural landscape.
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Apartment for two people in the heart of Prague’s historic quarter.3/7City trip Prague
Prague | With an architectural mosaic from several eras, winding old alleys and countless sights Prague is regarded globally as one of the most beautiful cities. Why not discover this splendid city from a city apartment!
Per week from GBP 178show 145 offers
Customers gave this apartment at the Lipno Dam an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 possible points.4/7The best properties in the Czech Republic
You can spend your holiday in the midst of beautiful countryside in the Czech Republic. We’ll show you the holiday homes and apartments with the best reviews here.
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XXL holiday home for up to 26 people on a former farm on the edge of the Krkonoše Mountains.5/7Here we all feel at home
Czech Republic | These holiday houses have four or more bedrooms and enable you to travel together with friends and family guaranteeing you a great vacation.
Per week from GBP 325show 439 offers
6/7And I can come too
Czech Republic | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from GBP 219show 1,350 offers
Luxuriously furnished castle for 16 people with own pool and many other extras.7/7Pool right next door
Czech Republic | Holiday houses with own swimming pool – if roofed – are not only ideal for the summer. Even during the cooler seasons you are able to enjoy refreshing bathing pleasures.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Kremze
Klet Mountain ...
show more at 1083 m above sea level is the highest mountain of Blansky Forest. Klet is a place of incredible panoramic view. Even before building the look-out tower, people used to come here to see the Alps. The Duke Joseph Johann Nepomuk zu Schwarzenberg was a passionate walker and traveller, and it was under his order that the stone look-out tower was built directly on the top of the mountain. It was built between 1822 and 1825. It is the oldest stone look-out tower in Bohemia, and you can see the Alps from here in cold weather.
A hundred years after its building, in 1925, there was a cottage built there for tourists. It was patronised by the Dutchess Terezie zu Schwarzenberg, and the cottage was named after her, Terezie´s cottage.
Today Klet and its surroundings are the target for many thousands of tourists all year round. It is possible to reach the top via different routes starting from different places of the region - from Cesky Krumlov, Kremze, Zlata Koruna and others. In winter it is a paradise for skiers. The very difficult Run to Klet has become a traditional annual sport venue. In both winter and summer it is possible to reach the top by a cablecar, which beginns in Krasetín u Holubova. It is 1752 m long and it reaches a height of 383 m.
Divci Kamen - natural reservations and the ruins of the castle are located 2 km to the south-east of Kremze. The castle was situated on a high rocky hill locked by the waters of the Vltava river and the stream called Kremezsky stream. This stream empties into the Vltava river under the castle.
The Divci Kamen castle was a typical example of the Gothic castle architecture at the times of the emperor Karel IV.
Today the Divci Kamen castle with its 210 metres of length and 45 metres of width is one of the biggest castle ruins in Bohemia.
Winter fairytale in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic | Why not try and experience a winter holiday in the Czech Republic. The ski regions of Jizera Mountains (Isergebirge), Beskidy Mountains and Kartonosze Mountains (Riesengebirge) all fulfil the requirements that one expects from a good winter day and eventful ski vacation. Especially families with small children will find these ski regions particularly ideal as the slopes are not overcrowded. Therefore the children will be able to easily find a secure place to ski and sledging. Popular ski regions include for example Harrachov and Spindlermühle (Špindlerův Mlýn) in the Kartonosze Mountains, Lipno Kramolin and Spicak in the Bohemian Forest or Novako Ski Center in the Ore Mountains.
If you are searching for a more challenging course then Harrachov will be to your liking. It is the heart of Czech ski sport and awaits with demanding slopes. Those who may be a bit more apprehensive can enjoy a lovely walk in the magical countryside. In the higher altitudes you will find perfect conditions with bright sunshine and chilly temperatures.
A conspicuous feature of holidays in the Czech Republic is that they are compared to other areas cheaper for things such as ski lessons and equipment as well as partying. This also applies to the rental prices for the majority of around 1,000 holiday houses and apartments that have an excellent price performance ratio. The holiday huts are basic but have all necessary amenities. Often they will also have a fireplace which provides the perfect conditions for a cosy evening after an eventful day.
Property no. 1187072
from GBP 409for 1 week
Kremze, Bohemia (Southern Bohemia)
Holiday home for max. 8 adults + 2 childrenApprox. 200 m², 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pets are allowed (max. 2), satellite TV, Complete WLAN coverage, washing machine, dishwasher, non-smoking property, beach approx. 3 km, pool