FARKAS Wine cellar & Guest house
We offer for rest our wine cellar - guest house with a beautiful panoramic view, located at the best favoured Csobánc Hill in the territory of the Balaton Uplands National Park.
The city of Tapolca – called the mediterranean jewellery box – is only five minutes ride away from our place. In the city our guests have shopping and sightseeing possibilities (The Mill Lake, The Lake Cave etc.).
Csobánc Hill is situated approximately 10 kms away from the Lake Balaton and it’s considered as the Hungarian paradise of paragliding. This is the only volcanic hill in Tapolca-Basin with an amazing full-panorama of Balaton and the hills of Káli-Basin. The reconstruction of the ruins on the highest point of the hill is continuous, so the visitors and hikers can give an insight into the history and the culture of local people.
Our three-storey guest house has a lobby, 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, a shower, a separated restroom and a cellar with winery place provides a comfortable stay for 4 persons. The traditional winery, the shower and the separated restroom is located in the basement floor. The winery’s wooden furniture made of old barrels makes your stay unique. The climate of the cellar grants a pleasantly cool milieu even in the hottest days.
The cosy tiny kitchen and the separate lockable living room with a pull-out sofa are on the ground floor. The cooker in the kitchen is our grandmother’s heritage that serves us for a long time ago. You can have your breakfast in a real retro furnished atmosphere. In the living room ancient cupboard and a traditional Hungarian sideboard serve our guests comfort. In the attic there is another double bedded room and a lobby, a perfect place for read a book or just have some rest after a tiring hiking.
If you have the wish to relax outdoor, you can hide from the sun in the hammock under the vine-arbour in the garden. It’s possible to barbecue with the traditional wood-fired oven or prepare a good goulash or stew while enjoying a glass of our wine and the sunset among the hills.