Casa Arthur is situated in the heart of Transylvania in the village Richis/Reichesdorf hidden by wine splots . The house keeps his old patine and it's full of histories. Perfect for a peacefull countryside vacation . The guest- rooms are spacious with high ceiling , big double windows . The kitchen is fully equipated to prepare your meal. There is a completly closed courtyard with a nice big garden, wonderfull place to sit and eat outside and enjoy nature, to discover the medieval region.
“We had a truly wonderful and memorable stay at Anna's beautiful Saxon home. Anna's home is incredibly authentic, beautifully restored and decorated tastefully in the traditional way with comfort and thought. An absolute treat and highlight of our trip throughout beautiful Transilvania. The location is perfect for exploring fascinating towns and villages, and Anna's expert knowledge of the area and traditions made our 4 night stay extra special. Bravo Anna!”
“YOU NEED TO STAY HERE! Lucian was able to accommodate us last minute, the apartment is lovely, extremely clean and wonderfully decorated. It is conveniently located nearby the center and fairly close to Sighisoara, parking is available right in front of the property. We highly recommend Lucian’s place!”
The special and beautiful village of Richis lays within a valley guarded by the famous Carpathian mountains. This village hosts among others also three old Saxon houses named Casa Noah belonging to Catrinel and Paul. Please let us know how many people you are and how many rooms you need and we will be happy to send you a personalized proposal. The listed price is JUST for the room you see in the pictures. For more options, please check our different listings.
“Catrinel and Paul have created a piece of paradise in rural Saxonland. Casa Noah is uniquely beautiful, with multiple spaces to relax, both inside and out in the courtyard, all presided over by noble Noah the dog. Our room was spacious and beautifully furnished with interesting curios picked up by Catrinel and Paul on their travels around the world. Catrinel and Paul gave us lots of tips of things to do in the immediate vicinity and in Romania more generally. We loved exploring the beautiful , rural valleys around Casa Noah by bicycle which Catrinel and Paul rent too. Catrinel also arranged a meal at a local wine growing family’s house for us which was probably the best food we have had in Romania to date. It was very difficult to leave this special place.”