We spent Saturday night at a newly constructed pension in Horni Dunajovice in Moravia. It was a very nice, very comfortable, half hotel half wine-cellar. There are some pictures of the place taken by myself and the owners in the links just below.
It’s a family run pension (warranting its own web pages) connected to their winery which outputs approximately 250,000 liters of wine per year.
The pension has two huge tables for dining and tasting along with a nice fireplace & kitchen downstairs and bathroom, shower and three rooms capable of sleeping 18 upstairs.
As the town is so small, the street has no name and the pension has no number, cute eh? The only contact so far is either by using the comments box or by cell phone: +420 602 535 213.
This town is so close to the Austrian border it makes for an ideal place to use as a jumping off point for visiting other locations such as Telc or Vienna. It’s also a very clean, inexpensive place, an added bonus. Here is a large map of the location.
I’ll be stopping off back here this summer when my son and I do the Prague-Vienna Greenways trip.