This romantic guesthouse erected from wood (70 m2) is suitable for 1 or 2 artists. It includes 2 bed rooms, a small kitchen area, bathroom (shower tube with hot water ), toilet and small dining room. The house is located in the middle of a huge fruit and vegetable garden (2000 m2). In the cold season, the guest house is heated with burning wood in the stove.

The house has a fully equipped Kitchen, including fridge, oven, and cooking tools.

The house has 2 terraces, one in the front and larger one in the back. The garden has a small pond. The property is located on the edge of the nature reserve area, about 10 minutes walking distance from the medieval castle of Cholako and the main entrance of the nature reserve.

3 Food shops and 2 village bars are at walking distance of about 5-15 minutes.

Chokako Castle and Vertes Mountains

Vertes is a mountain range in north-western Hungary, in the Central Transdanubian region, between the ranges Bakony and Gerecse. The Vertes Mountains are part of the Transdanubian Mountains. Area of the Vertes occupies 314 km2. It is about 30 km long and 11c12 km wide. (source: Wikipedia)

The castle of Chokako sits at a height of 500 meters on the edge of Vertes Mountains. Recently, it has undergone a partial restoration and is open to the public. The castle offers a stunning view over the Mór Basin.

The castle was built after the Mongol Invasion to guard a route of strategic importance to Székesfehérvár. From mid-16th century the castle was in the hands of Turkish troops for nearly 150 years. Although archeologists have not found traces of it Turkish explorer Evliya Çelebi mentions a mosque here in his travelogue, and in addition, a drawing from the 16th century also displays it. (Source: Brigitta Hidvégi)

Both the nature reserve and the castle have become popular destination for hiking and climbing.

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