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Our Guesthouses

Our guests can choose from three immaculately restored 300-year-old residences, each distinct in style but completed to the same high standards. On the outside, each façade has been sympathetically restored to its former glory, while inside we have created a stylish and contemporary take on rural living that blends old with new, ensuring our guests have everything they need for a relaxed and memorable stay in an authentic Transylvanian abode. Most importantly, each guesthouse is designed to feel like a home; a place to truly unwind after a day exploring the wild countryside, to reconnect with friends and family, or simply press pause on the pressures of modern life.

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Caretaker's House

Discover the luxury of the Caretaker’s House, the name of which pays homage to the 300-year old building’s original purpose. Lovingly restored with the greatest possible care in order to revive its historic authenticity, whilst also providing guests with the utmost comfort and style for an unforgettable holiday.

Depner House

Discover the spirit of a traditional Saxon heritage house with a stay at Depner House. Originally built in the 18th century for the Depner family to tend to the agricultural lands of the Bethlen Estate, this enchanting two-bedroom cottage has been sympathetically brought back to life.

Corner Barn

Discover rural living at its finest in our historic Corner Barn, a traditional Transylvanian haybarn that has been lovingly converted into a luxurious and comfortable guest house. Each of the four double bedrooms are available to rent individually, or as a private home for larger groups. Guests can convene around the traditional tiled stove in the expansive shared living room on the ground floor, or head over to our Kitchen Barn for meals and refreshments, just a couple of minutes’ walk away.


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