Hotel Djudjeva Kyshta
Hotel Djudjeva Kashta is awarded the Green House certificate by the Bulgarian Association of Alternative Toursim (BAAT), which symbolizes the notion of responsible hospitality and means hospitality and authentic welcome coupled with responsibility for the environment.
The hotel consists of two separate buildings in Revival style. One of them is an authentic house of asymmetric town type, built in 1860. It is entirely restored to its original appearance and is listed as a monument of architecture. Both buildings offer accommodation in a total of 1 single and 5 double rooms as well as 2 apartments. All rooms and apartments are impeccably clean and impress with their cosy interior in the traditional for Panagyurishte old style. At the same time all facilities of today are provided guaranteeing complete rest, fruitful work, communication and entertainment.
The two houses of Hotel Djudjeva Kashta are situated amidst a spacious courtyard with huge centuries-old trees, flower beds and alleys brimmed with boxshrub and geranium. Here is also provided a special BBQ area for preparing dishes on grill. There is a winery available at the hotel, where may be tasted wines from different wine producers, as well as a small tavern in traditional style with seats for 30 guests.
In the centre of Panagyurishte Hotel Djudjeva Kashta offers a second tavern - The Old House. It has 140 seats and is suitable for hosting family celebrations, company banquets, business luncheons and romantic dinners, meetings with friends.
Hotel Djudjeva Kashta has one single room, which is spacious enough as to provide a comfortable stay for every guest. The room is equipped with an LCD TV set, wireless internet connection, central heating, refrigerator, en-suite bathroom with shower cabin. The quoted rates are per room, per night and include breakfast, unlimited use of internet, tourist insurance and tourist tax.
Hotel Djudjeva Kashta offers 5 double rooms, provided with either one double or two single beds. Every room has an an LCD TV set with cable television, wireless internet connection, central heating, refrigerator, en-suite bathroom with shower cabin. The quoted rates are per room, per night and include breakfast, unlimited use of internet, tourist insurance and tourist tax.
There are 2 apartments available at Hotel Djudjeva Kashta. Each consists of a bedroom with a double bed and a living room with a seating corner. The apartment amenities include an LCD TV set with cable television, wireless internet connection, central heating, refrigerator, en-suite bathroom with shower cabin. The quoted rates are per apartment (2 guests), per night and include breakfast, unlimited use of internet, tourist insurance and tourist tax.
Panagyurishte is a picturesque town located on the southern slopes of Mount Sredna Gora. The town and the area are famous with the numerous Thracian mounds. In 1949 here has been discovered the worldwide famous Golden Treasure of Panagyurishte, whose unique duplicate may been in the Historic museum of the town. Besides for interesting archaeological sites, Panagyurishte is also well-known for its major active role in the April Rising and the struggle for national liberation.
The peak moment of the Revival history of the town is the First Grand National Assembly of Bulgaria held at the Oborishte locality. Among the main attractions of Panagyurishte are several revival houses listed as monuments of history and architecture. These are the Tuteva and Dudekova houses, the Lekova and Djunova houses, the house-museum of Rayna Knyaginya.
Other places of interest are the Historic Museum of Panagyurishte, the churches St Todor Tiron, St Georgi and St Vavedenie Bogorodichno. Last but not least, Panagyurishte is famous for its healing mineral water. The town boasts a Town Mineral Bath, which is turned into a modern wellness center with a swimming pool, showers, individual cabins with tubs, tangentor, herbal treatments baths, sauna and gym.
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This page was last updated: 18 August 2012