End of the 19th century in Walachia. The traveller, tired and burdened with daily worries, seeks rest and comfort at the end of the small road with cherry trees, among the endless vineyards. He stops at for the first time. He somewhat hesitates. He has seen enough bad though swank inns with stupid decorations, foods and doubtful provenience and nothing to do. He finds different already. The moderately wealthy manor arranged according to Romanian customs, with all outbuildings necessary for the household and useful for guests. Furnished according to the time’s style in wood and raw iron, with the scent of old stories and cosmopolitan refinement. White walls plastered with clay lumps, woven carpets on the wooden floor, bedroom with divan and canopy and all the needed things for abiding.
hosts you nowadays!
exists now. And looks as the story tells. In the small town of Urlati in the county of Prahova, just one hour away from Bucharest. The road with cherry trees, the vineyards, the old-time boyar house, the furniture, the flagons, the tubs, the wine, the bathing place, the people and life itself are all in their proper place. The same goes for your hosts, who cook healthy meals, comfitures and pickles, which we’re sure you’d like to take home with you. The only mentions: tap water, council room with state-of-the-art equipment and no plastic flowers!