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21.17 € / person / night, no meal
Description of the accommodation:
Accommodation name: Appartment Somogyi
Region: West – Transdanube
Town / Holiday Resort: Bük-fürdő
Dear Guests !
House to let at Bük- fürdő / Private accomodation
Would you like a cheap accomodation on a Bük SPA? There is a great opportunity to find and stay a lodging house at Bük-fürdő, nearby the SPA.
Holiday house is available for large family or group of friends with a garden and parking space in front of the house or in the yard.
Apartment (2-3-4-5-6 persons): 3 double rooms, two beds, two separate bathroom (showers, toilets), living room, fully equipped kitchen, terrace with garden furniture, garden.
Distance from the Spa and Experience bath: 250 m ( Quiet zone )
Accommodation is perfect: for a small friendly group, for families with children, additional beds.
Characteristics: Family-friendly, Dogs allowed, Bikers welcome, Motorcyclists welcome.
Dom wakacyjny do wynajęcia w Buk – furdo /prywatne zakwaterowanie
Poszukujesz taniego noclegu w miejscowości Buk Spa? Nasz pensjonat - to świetna okazja na zakwaterowanie w Buk-furdo, w pobliżu SPA.
Wygodny dom z ogrodem i parkingiem przed domem przeznaczony dla dużej rodziny lub grupy przyjaciół. Apartament dla ( 2-3-4-5-6 osób): 3 pokoje dwuosobowe, dwa dodatkowe łóżka, dwie oddzielne łazienki ( w jednej wanna i toaleta, w drugiej prysznic i toaleta), pokój dzienny, w pełni wyposażona kuchnia, taras z meblami tarasowymi, ogród.
Odległość od SPA i kąpieliska leczniczego 250 metrów ( bardzo spokojna okolica).
Zakwaterowanie jest idealne dla małej grupy przyjaciół, rodziny z dziećmi ( dodatkowe łóżko w pokojach).
Charakterystyka: przyjazny dla rodziny, możliwość przywiezienia z sobą psa, rowerzyści i motocykliści mile widziani.
About SPA: Medicinal Spa of Bük has become one of the best-known and most popular medical spas in Europe. Nowadays it is the second largest spa of Hungary offering each generation perfect recreation. The spa located on 14 hectares is a real spa complex looking forward to your visit with 27 pools and a water surface of more than 5100 m2.
Our medicinal water pools contain 32-38 °C warm, the swimming pools contain 26-28 °C warm water, and little ones are awaited with paddling pools that are to be used by them only, where they can be splashing about among safe circumstances. The slide complex free of charge leaves you with an experience never to be forgotten. After bathing, the children may play for a while on the state-of-the-art playground; the adults longing for relaxation are offered spacious retreats and comfortable deckchairs. In our Recreation Park you can recover the everyday weariness in a calm, quiet, green area. The roofed adventure bath in the Park open all the year round offers refreshment for each generation.
Those fond of moving are awaited with sports grounds (beach volley-ball, beach handball, foot-tennis, badminton, beach football streetball, table tennis), and organised sports and entertaining programmes all the year round. Those responsive to culinary pleasures can also find everything in Bükfürdő that fit for a king: several restaurants and snack-bars waits for them.
Guests are welcome with 11 indoor, 4 half-indoor and 11 outdoor pools in the parked area of 14 hectares. During the whole year the indoor bath welcomes people longing for a good bath, where bathing facilities are ensured by the modern and renewed pool space filled with medicinal water. In the half-indoor pool filled up with medicinal water, connected to the indoor bath, bathing is always a pleasant experience. The pools filled with drinking water are connected by a swimming corridor. They are ready to accept those who would like to do sports even in winter. The indoor experience bath also open during the whole year around ensures cheerful recreation for all members of the family.
Town of county rank with 80000 inhabitants. Seat of county Vas, one of the major settlements in western Transdanubia. The foundation of the city dates back to about 50 A. D., the reign of Emperor Claudius. The Amber Road and the flourishing Roman culture had an impact on local history. The town was donated by King Saint Stephen to the episcopate of Győr in 1009. In 1587, the Collegiate Church Cathedral of Vasvár was transferred by the diet of Pozsony to Szombathely, gradually earning a rank of county seat in years to come. According to an order by Maria Theresa in 1777 it became the seat of an independent diocese. The famous block of edifices in Baroque style, one of the most outstanding sights of the town in Mindszenty square and Szily János street, is due to the munificence of Bishop János Szily. The town developed from Savaria of ancient days is now the venue of a number of international programmes, a centre of commerce, education and economy. Major sights include the Garden with Ancient Ruins, Iseum, County Hall, Episcopal Palace - Sala Terrena, Cathedral, Seminary - Diocesan Library, Eölbey House, Synagogue, Saint Elisabeth Franciscan church, Saint Martin Dominican church, Museum Village of Vas, Rowing pool, Arboretum of Kámon, Savaria Museum, Schmidt Museum, Szombathely Gallery, Franciscan Garden, reconstruction of a Roman fortress from the 1st c. B.C. . Major events: Savaria Historical Carnival, Spring Festival,
A town with 53,000 inhabitants on Brook Ikva, between Lake Fertő and the Sopron Mountains. The image of the inner town is still dominated by the several medieval churches, the houses of medieval origin with gables and spacious courtyards and the narrow streets. There are fascinating 13th and 14th century houses and churches for the enthusiasts of Gothic architecture. The Fire-watch Tower, the symbol of the town, was given its present form after the fire of 1676. In the Main Square the Storno House and the exhibition can be seen, while in Orsolya Square the Lábasház (= Arcaded House) is worth visiting. The Saint Ursula's church with the nunnery and the school were built in Romantic style in the last century. The Esterházy, Erdődy, Széchenyi and Zichy-Meskó mansions witness that Sopron was a highly popular place of residence also among the families of Hungarian aristocracy. Collections of local history, scientific, industrial history, art and religious items are displayed in a total of 23 permament exhibitions in Sopron. Brennbergbánya, the first coal mine of Hungary, supplied charcoal to the industry of the region from 1752 to 1952. The Lövérek with the Károly kilátó (= lookout tower) offer a pleasant walk with a popular pace of excursion. The Fertőrákos cave theatre and the Maria Magdalena church at Bánfalva are places of special interest in the neighbourhood. Visitors should not miss to taste Kékfrankos, the famous Sopron wine.
Town with 12000 residents at the foothills of the Alps. The fortress, built after the Mongolian invasion, was defended with success by Miklós Jurisics against the Ottomans in 1532. Now it houses a museum and a tourist hostel. The Saint Imre church (1618) in Jurisics square was built in Gothic and Renaissance, the Saint James church (1407) in Gothic style. The Town hall is a 15th century building, after its destruction by fire (1720) it was rebuilt in Baroque style. The Arcaded House was built on the city wall in the 18th century, now it accommodates the Archives. The sgrafitto decoration of the former parsonage is from 1570 and 1668. Other places of interest in town are several living houses of the 17th and 18th centuries and the Pharmacy Museum. Places of excursion in the vicinity feature Írottkő of 882m, Óház look-out tower, Hétforrás (Seven springs), Király Valley and the wine cellars of Cák.
The population of the town lying on the banks of the River Rába at Kemeneshát is nearly 16,000. The town has become a tourist centre of international renown. Through the Nádasdy family the castle played a significant role in the progress of Hungarian culture in the 16th and 17th centuries. The first Hungarian book, The New Testament (1541), was printed here. The knight's hall of the castle is decorated with the battle scenes of Lord Chief Justice Ferenc Nádasdy and scenes from the Old Testament. A number of rarities of cultural remains are shown in the exhibition halls of the Ferenc Nádasdy Museum. The most oustanding sights include: the arboretum (a nature reserve), the neo-Classical Lutheran church and the Roman Catholic church, the park forest and the Csónakázó (= Rowing) Lake. A new Thermal and Wellness bath of European standard was opened in 2002 awaiting visitors in pleasant surroundings.
Somogyi Apartman Bükfürdő rooms Rooms
- No meal
Free private parking (3 )
Free parking nearby (3 camera surveillance 10 m away)
Free WiFi in shared places
Outdoor cooking options: Barbecue
Dining options: Nearest restaurant (100 m away), Closest grocery store (150 m away)
High chair, Mobile baby crib
- 100 m Nearest restaurant
- 2 km City center
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