|Minimum Stay||1 - 5 nights|
Cherry Tree Cottage is a detached family house with garden and barbecue situated beside a cherry orchard in a tiny hamlet called Cerny Vul, in the countryside just outside Prague. The house can be configured as two completely separate independent holiday homes - 'Cherry Tree Lodge' (3+2 bedrooms, family bathroom, toilet shower room, kitchen dining room, garage etc) plus 'Cherry Garden Suite' (1 bedroom, toilet shower room, kitchen dining room, garage etc) or can be combined as a single family house 'Cherry Tree Cottage' (4+2 bedrooms, family bathroom, 2 toilet shower rooms, 2 kitchen dining rooms, 2 garages etc.)
Accommodation designed specifically for wheelchair users is available.
IdyllicPrague offer holiday solutions for 1-2 Guests, 3-4 Guests, 1-5 Guests, 1-6 Guests, 1-8 Guests, 6-12 Guests, 7-14 Guests, 9-18 Guests and 19-32 Guests. Contact us with your holiday ideas and we will find your perfect holiday solution for you!
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Prague is a delight. But why spoil your holiday with the stress and noise of a city hotel? Instead stay in our Cottages and enjoy the best of Golden Prague and the tranquillity of a Bohemian countryside village, all in the same holiday! Easy 13 minute bus ride to Prague City Metro "A" Line; Easy 15 minutes from airport; Airport welcome and transfer included; Bilingual telephone support throughout your holiday. Guided city tours available; Situated at entrance to picturesque National Park Forest; 500 metres to unforgettable Bohemian Restaurant with low prices and world class beer; Walk or cycle from the cottage following streams and lakes through delightful forest to the Vltava river and enchanting countryside beyond; Serviced fully equipped luxury accommodation. Free bilingual telephone support throughout your holiday. For more details of IdyllicPrague holidays contact us for our own website or see property 53848 and property 82658.
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We were surprised by how much cycling and walking goes on in the Czech Republic and how organised it is - it is a beautiful country which we didn't know that much about before we left. We were really pleased that we were living in the country rather than in Central Prague especially during the heat wave. We found the buses
amazing - they follow the timetable (a surprise after England). We had a great time in Cerny Vul and most of us did cycle. The people in the pub were really helpful so many thanks to everyone there. Also to Dan who efficiently picked us up and took us to airports and train stations - he is a really good 'ambassador' for the Czech Republic when you first arrive. Sue Steward Norwich England 2006/07
The staff you have there are a credit. The lady on arrival was 1st class. Dan your taxi service 1st class. The restaurant was an added bonus. Cheers and thanks again. Margaret Sanderson, Newcastle 2006/09
A cozy house, close to the bus into tje city centre and the most beautiful forrest in full autumnal splendor!
Very spacious apartment, 5 minutes walk from a beautiful woodland walk/cycle past streams&lakes. 5 minutes to the bus stop into Prague central. My room had a cute balcony where I was able to enjoy the morning sun's heat even in October! After a long bike ride I enjoyed a hot bath that filled up quickly. Includes wifi and a powerful hot shower which I think are the essentials to any trip!
We stayed last year and thoroughly enjoyed both the location and the property itself - and had no hesitation coming back to stay again this year.
We visited Cherry Tree Cottage during a short break and it was wonderful. The house was spacious and well equipped and the bedrooms were homely, warm and airy. The centre of Prague was a very easy to get to, the buses and metro were cheap, frequent and simple to navigate. As well as beautiful scenery and delicious food we also enjoyed a wonderful night at the opera at the National Theatre- one of Prague's many must see attractions. I will certainly be returning for future visits- The only thing I didn't enjoy was coming home!
This is now the second time that I have met with friends for a delightful holiday in Cherry Tree Cottage. On this occasion we met before driving to a wedding in Germany.
The Cottages are in an intriguing peaceful country village yet have fast easy bus connections to Prague City, and are only 15 minutes from Prague Airport. Leaving the Cottages to drive to Germany, after only 10 minutes winding through country lanes we found ourselves directly accessing the main E48 and E50 motorways.
By locking a soundproofed door Cherry Tree Cottage separates into two entirely independent Cottages, Cherry Tree Lodge and Cherry Garden Suite. As we were occupying Cherry Tree Cottage that meant that we had two complete kitchens, two washing machines, two showroom toilets and a family bathroom. The Cottage was fully equipped and was prepared for our arrival by professional cleaners. We were told that if we needed anything at all we could request immediate help by making a free telephone call or by sending an email.
Several relaxing country pub restaurants and a smart but affordable restaurant are within walking distance. The local beers such as Staropramen are excellent at a fraction of the equivalent UK price.
We recommend renting bicycles to explore more of the countryside. Dedicated cycle paths run from the Cottages through a nature reserve all the way to the Vltava River.
We definitely plan to visit again.
We met friends and stayed one week in the Conifer Cottage. There were 9 of us. The house offers plenty of sleeping options, extra beds, futons, and bathrooms. The garden is nice with a big BBQ and lots of seating. The place is only 12 km out of Prague and has grocery stores, butcher, bakery within 5 minutes. It is very quiet. There is a garage and two car parking in the driveway, behind a gate. There is a washer, no dryer, which makes the towels and sheets like boards.
The cleanliness of the place left much to be desired. Dirty stove, windows, floors, etc. The house needs new carpeting and various other updates. It was obvious that random items from all over were collected to furnish and equip the house and kitchen. There are tons of plates, cups, glasses all old and none match. Everything is functional, but you will have to hunt for things and they will be old and used. I got so frustrated with the kitchen set up that I took everything out, found all plates etc. and organized them so we would not have to start the quest every time we needed something.
Also note, that there is no TV, DVD, CD or radio. We were gone a lot, so it was not a problem. The wifi works, but is very slow.
We enjoyed our time in Prague, which was mainly due to us being together and on vacation, not because the place was so fantastic. I'd say it would be great for large gatherings for the purpose of a party where nobody cares about any of the above listed things.
The Idyllic Prague Cottages are situated 20 minutes NW of Prague City and 15 minutes NE of Prague Airport in a village called Cerny Vul. ('Cerny Vul' means 'black bullock' which refers to Neolithic ceramics found here) Cerny Vul is not yet big enough to be officially classed as a village, but it has a delightful relaxed atmosphere and three pub restaurants. Two government ministers have chosen Cerny Vul cottages as their holiday home hideaways. Although cars and taxis can access the Cottage, the house is situated by a Cherry Orchard off Cycle Track 8100. Cycle Track 8100 follows streams and fish lakes through the forest of 'Tichy Udoli' (Silent Valley) National Park to an intriguing rope ferry built to take cyclists and ramblers across the river Vltava and hence on to further countryside or Prague City. In the opposite direction the cycle track leads to the fairytale Ukor Castle.
For more details contact us for our own website or else see Holiday-Rental properties 53848 and 82658.
Other Activities: cycling, diving, fishing, horse riding, mountain biking, swimming, tennis, walking, Exploring Prague city. Rambling in forest and country side.