25 min to Ostrava. Big 1 room apartment on the 3rd floor of a new quiet building in the center. Walk to the square, the train station, the river, the nearby mountains, etc. Lovely view of the Beskydy Mountains, free Internet, full kitchen, clean bath
Quiet studio apartment in center of town just off the main square in Frydlant nad Ostravici, a base for exploring the Beskydy Mountains. Excellent views of the hills and forests. New building. Tastefully decorated. Kitchen with fridge, oven and stove. Coffee maker, toaster and water heater. Washing machine. Internet WiFi access free. Futon sleeps 2. Bed sleeps 1. Shower and bathroom. 50 m2. Free parking no problem in front of the building.
There are many sport facilities in the town and its surroundings, including two excellent golf courses in Celadna and Ostravice. There are tennis courts and a new sports and health center named Kotelna here in Frydlant. There is also a small air-strip offering flights. Ondřejník mountain is a fun hike as is Lysa Hora the tallest in the region. Skiers can enjoy a few slopes in the nearby villages. The town also served as a starting point for hiking in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask, we will respond as soon as possible. We will make sure, you will have a comfortable stay.
Full apartment, including kitchen. router wifi. Air Conditioning
Interaction with Guests
You will have the apartment to yourself.
Center of town.
Train station 10 minute walk
Please respect the 10pm-6am quiet (law in Czech) indoors and out.
Please park on the street not in the private parking lot behind the building.
Thanks for leaving the apartment like you found it.
Hi! I love Europe and have lived in the Czech Republic since 1999. I really like historical town squares and also the mountains. So I enjoy European cities and the countryside. Prague is the most beautiful city in the world, in my opinion. Cesky Krumlov is my favorite small town in Czech. The Salzkammergut in Austria is the nicest natural area in Europe. The Alps and the lakes are so fun to see on a motorcycle, on a snowboard or on a good pair of hiking boots. I'm from Illinois, USA where it's flat so I appreciate mountains. I listen to a lot of stuff on my iPhone and have plenty of pictures from the 40 countries I've visited. Put me in a narrow street cafe with some good reading and bad weather outside and I'm happy. Send me out into the crisp air with a blue sky and I'll enjoy nature with great appreciation. My pet peeves are air pollution, bugs, heat & humidity, traffic and rip offs. That's why I love the cool fresh air of the Salzkammergut and South Bohemia and the good prices in Prague.