You'll feel right at home in any of our 16 fully equipped double rooms. Each room has its own bathroom and the hotel also has a large living room with a fireplace. We'll soon be adding a SPA for an even more pleasurable stay!
Our restaurant offers a large variety of traditional and local foods, with an accent on natural products which we produce in our kitchen. We buy local dairy, vegetables and other bio ingredients from farmers.
Are you ready to give yourself a truly deserved break?
The fire of Samedru
On the 26th of October on Samedru, throughout the villages of Romania, people celebrate the Old Men Of Autumn, a celebration in the memory of the ancestors who passed away. In the Romanian pantheon, Samedru is an agrarian divinity and an important god. The popular legends show Samedru as an old shepherd. In autumn, a period of symbolic aging of time, is considered that the god dies and comes back to life in a nocturnal ritual called Samedru’s Fire.
Discover traditional food
Romanian cuisine is very varied due to the influence of repeated waves of different cultures with which it has come into contact over the history. It has been greatly influenced by Ottoman, Greek, German and Hungarian cuisine, but it also maintains its own character. What is more important nowadays is the fact that Romania is one of the few countries in Europe where organic fruits and vegetables are widely available at farmers’ markets at affordable prices.
Spectacular photo tours
The scenic walk from Magura to Pestera and back is a wonderful chance to spend time with your family in the spectacular Piatra Craiului National Park. Take a photo tour for a perfect escape from the city and a memorable trip into a land of rolling hills, panoramic mountain views and traditional villages.
There is always something to do around the hills of Magura, you only have to walk around to discover special moments. Wildlife watching is our favourite, with a wealth of species to discover in the nearby mountains. On the route you'll probably also encounter sheep and cows. This should not scare you, it's pretty normal.