Originally it is a late Gothic building documented in the 15th century. It was adapted in Renaissance and completely reconstructed and elevated around 1840. Particularly significant building with a high level of late Gothic architecture common in the city. According to one of the Krumlov's old timer, the house once served as a chapel. The top floors above the ground floor are lifted up on cantilevers, and the facade toward the street Radnicni is decorated with lilies and maskarons. From 1785 until at least the 1840's the house belonged to the Thaller family.
Prices include rich breakfast and all taxes.
Parking 210,- CZK/day.
Children under 3 years - free of charge.
Baby cot 100,- CZK/day
Pets 100,- CZK/day
The room no.1 is smoking. All others are non-smoking.
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