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9.71 € / person / night, no meal
Description of the accommodation:
The Éden Beer House and Pension is situated in Mátészalka, at 26/a Meggyesi Road, next to the big market. It is at the junction of Ipari Street and Meggyesi Street.
Our pension was opened in April 2009. (We are a solid pension, not a multi-star hotel)
- private parking place
- enclosed parking place
- beer house (billiards, table football)
- non-smoking and smoking rooms
- TV set
- Each room includes a bathroom
- warm meals are available
total number of rooms: 6
total capacity: 18
Equipment in the rooms:
- shower, toilet, washbasin
On demand, the following is available for the rooms: - TV set
- hair dryer, iron and ironing board
PRESENTATION OF OUR TOWN:
Mátészalka is a town in Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg county, in the Mátészalka subregion. It is the second most populous town after the county seat, Nyíregyháza.
52 kilometers east of Nyíregyháza, 77 km north-east of Debrecen, on the bank of the Kraszna.
Nyíregyháza is accessible on Road 41, then 49; you can reach it from Debrecen on the road 471.
It is accessible by train on the railway lines Debrecen-Nyírbátor Mátészalka, Nyíregyháza-Mátészalka-Zajta, Mátészalka-Záhony, Mátészalka-Csenger and Mátészalka-Tiborszállás.
Mátészalka curiosities 
The first house of Hungary illuminated by electric lights in 1888 – at the same time as in New York – was the house of Pál Szalkai (Schwarz) at the address 16 (the current) Kossuth Street, Mátészalka.
Power was provided by the electricity department of the Szalka Factory and Agricultural JSC founded by Mór Schwarcz in the mid-1800s.
Even today, there is a solid iron utility post, one of the first, original ones, on the square situated at the intersection of Rákóczi Street and Kossuth Street.
Here, on the square at the intersection of the two streets, there is also a statue by Lajos Bíró, a Mátészalka sculptor, called „The Lamplighter”.
The house at 16 Kossuth Street bears a memorial plaque on the wall today.
The event is commemorated each year in the first week of September by organizing the Mátészalka Bright Days Festival. 
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN MÁTÉSZALKA:
Szatmár Museum, ecclesiastical buildings, decorative fountain „The Seven Chieftains”, statue of Ferenc Kölcsey, statue of John Calvin, bust of Imre Nagy, statue of Tamás Esze, equestrian statue of Saint Stephen, Synagogue, Railway History Exhibition
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WE WARMLY WELCOME EVERYONE
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Éden Panzió Mátészalka rooms Rooms
- No meal
Free private parking (12 )
Free WiFi in shared places
Billiard (50 Ft (~ 0.15 €)/occasion), Swimming pool (1 km away), Horse riding (1 km away)
Nearest restaurant (50 m away), Closest grocery store (200 m away)
Baby food heating possibility
- 50 m Nearest restaurant
- 1 km Train station
- 1.2 km City center
Sunday: 08:00 - 20:00