Pension Uko Bedřichov u Jablonce nad Nisou, Bedřichov u Jablonce nad Nisou Accommodation
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Boarding House Uko Bedřichov - accommodation Jizerské Hory...
Pension Uko Bedřichov - Jizerské Hory - accommodation: The rooms are equipped with a modern double bed, a bedside table, a reading-lamp, with a radio, TV + SAT and a wardrobe. Each room has its own bathroom with a shower and a toilet. A large common room equipped with a bar, a comfortable lounge suite and a fireplace or television is also available. In the summer months, it is possible to sit on the terrace with grill. Rooms: 3x aparments with 4-6 beds, 1x 5 beds, 1x 4 beds, 2x 2 beds with extra bed, baby cot.
Pension Uko Bedřichov - Jizerské Hory - food: Breakfast is included in the accommodation price. There is a car park nearby the guesthouse and there is also the possibility of parking in the garage, which is part of the building. A ski storage room. A common room equipped with an open fire. TV + satellite. A small kitchen providing the guests with the possibility of doing their own cooking, sauna with shower and small basin with cold water and rest room. Outside the house is small terrace with grill and place for chess. The use of the entire building is possible for both summer and winter recreation and we welcome both domestic and international guests. At present, it is possible to offer the entire facility as a training centre for Czech and international companies or for use during club and sports training courses.
Type of rooms
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Furnishings of rooms: shower, toilet in room, TV, radio, sat tv, fitting
Basic information: Information service, medical services to hand, parking garage, reserved parking Lot, WI-FI, restaurant
Description of vicinity: There are many marked tourist paths for summer hiking and cross-country skiers.
Suggestions for hikes: The guesthouse's environs contain many marked walking tracks for summer walks and cross-country skiing. The Bedrichov artificial lake - is situated on the Black Nisa and it was completed in 1905. Water flows from here to the Rudolfov Power Station by means of a covered "channel". Černá hora (BlackMountain) - a nature reserve situated 1084 m above sea level. The remains of the original pine growth have been damaged by emissions. A raised bog with the mountain pines rock formations (snow towers) Josefův Důl - an industrial agricultural municipality established in 1701. The old glassworks from the 17th century was replaced with the present works in 1910. The Church of the Transformation of the Lord dates from 1862-65. The small-leaved linden under the railway station is probably the oldest tree in the Jablonec region. Klikvová louka - a nature reserve, which includes a peat moor with a rich occurrence of Sphagnum and cranberries. At the start of the 20th century, peat was dug here and from 1908 the excavated turbary was used as a water reservoir (now overgrown) The water from this reservoir was used to power the glass grinding plants in Bedrichov Královka - lies at 859 m above sea level, the highest point on the Maxov Ridge. The lookout tower (23.5 m high) dates from 1907. The lodge beneath the tower dates from 1936. The name Královka is a Czech version of the original German name, "Königshöhe". The oldest Czech name of the mountain is Nekraš. Kristiánov - a former settlement and glassworks (1775 - 1887), which is now uninhabited. The manor house burnt down in 1938. The forest glassworkers' cemetery is situated there. The glass museum is situated in "Lišcí bouda" (the former inn) (open from 15.6. to 15.10. on Saturdays and Sundays). Nová Louka - is a secluded place on the Blatný potok Stream. The glassworks dating from 1756 - 1817 was established on the site of the "new" clearing dating from 1630. The remaining vestige of the glassworks is the manor house, which was converted into a hunting lodge in 1844 and later (after 1930) into the headquarters for the State Forest Authority. The reservation of the same name lies in the environs (31 hectares, declared a reservation in 1987) - a raised bog with mountain pines and water logged spruce forests. Severák - The name for both the mountain (803 m above sea level) and the mountain chalet. Thanks to a number of ski tows, Severák has become one of the main centres for downhill skiing in the Jizera Mountains. Part of the skiing area includes the bridge, via the skiing trail crosses the road. Slovanka - This green lookout tower upon one of the peaks of the Maxov Ridge (820 m above sea level) dates from 1887. It was purchased at the World Exhibition in Vienna. The Josefův Důl Water Reservoir - Built in 1976-82, this is the largest valley reservoir in the Jizera Mountains. The rock-fill dam (length 720 m, height above terrain 43 m) contains 23 million m3 of water. It is used for supplying Liberec and Jablonec with drinking water (the water treatment plant is in Bedrichov).
Accessibility of facility:
Name of centre: (25 m)
Description of restaurant:
In the summer months, it is possible to sit on the terrace with grill.
Sport activity opportunities:
Schwimming-pool, Sauna, Centre winter sports, Ski lift, Ski rental, Ski routes, Sports Equipment Rental, Bike routes
Special Lighting, Safety box
Capacity for conferences:
Sale/ payments: Children 6-12 years old / - night in CZK incl. VAT - (30% discount) - Accommodation - 462, -. CZK children 2-6 years / night in CZK VAT (50% discount) Accommodation - 330, - CZK Children under 2 years without bed and services - Accommodation - 0, - CZK
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