Holiday Houses Rajsko
The holiday houses Rajsko sit surrounded by meadows and forests in the Czech Bohemian Forest. Their architecture was inspired by traditional Bohemian houses. They are nestled directly into the hillside and have entrances on the first floor on the slope side. These recall the gates through which the hay was brought into the attic of the old houses. Combined with modern elements, bright and airy apartments have been created.
Each house features two identical duplex apartments with a spacious kitchen, dining and living area upstairs and the bedrooms on the ground floor. Large wooden terraces are an integral part of the houses and invite you to stay outside. The spacious site is not fenced and flows seamlessly into the natural surroundings. Thus you have the chance to enjoy close-up views of deer grazing in the garden.
Sabina and Robert Kmec, the owners of the holiday homes, have been working in the hospitality industry for over 10 years. They also run a cafe near Bergreichenstein. Holiday Houses Rajsko iss their fourth project with their friend, architect Peter Lacko. The planning and construction lasted six years, and the feedback from the guests shows that it was worth the wait. Sabina and Robert speak English, French, as well as some German and Russian.
Details of the property
Region/Town: CZ – Czech Republic, Plzeň Region (Plzeňský kraj), Dlouhá Ves
Name: Holiday Houses Rajsko
Scenery: Between meadows and forests in the Sumava National Park
Number of guests: 3 apartments for max 6 people each.
Design: Peter Lacko, a-lt.cz
Published: MF Dnes – biggest Czech newspaper, archiweb.cz, Dum a zahrada – Cover (dumazahrada.cz)