Within the Őrség National Park, close to nature and hiking trails, also comforts and ammenities of Kondorfa village. You’ll love our house's heavy rammed earth walls and its renovated, open interior. Part of lovely panonnian village, the house offers both privacy as well as expansive, rolling views. Our place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families, and big groups. We stay at this house only once each year - during the rest of the year it is for guests.
“The house is very clean and comfortable. Communication is easy with Christopher. The kitchen and bathroom are very good equiped. I would recommend this place for a group of friends or couples. Good place for hiking or bike trips. Very clean and well equipped house. Communication is clear and easy. Great location for groups of friends or couples looking to romance. A good starting point for hikes, bicycle tours!”
Located in Őrség National Park, the Nestle Nest Guesthouse offers traditional houses and bungalows with large gardens and animals. Housed in a monumental building, it features rustic furnishings and décor and tiled stove.
“It's all true! This place is as peaceful and charming in real life as it looks in the photos. We had high expectations, and this surpassed them all. Tamás is our favorite host. His English is great, he was always available by text, he helped us with transportation and detailed local information... We rented bikes in town and followed up on all of Tamás' suggestions. This is a lovely area, and we certainly hope to come back to this fairy-tale guest cottage, the happy animals, and the welcoming family! A HUGE Thank You!!”
Our guesthouse is located in Őrség, on Farkasfa in a quiet little street. The house is surrounded by a flowery patio and a large pinewood garden.
“Great cottage in an excellent environment! Those who really want a quiet and peaceful environment are here! The host was kind and helpful, and answered our question immediately. The house was cozy, clean, we loved the old accessories. The surrounding area is perfect for hiking, as you step out of the door by one of the tourist signs.”