Our pension is located on the northern shore of lake Balaton, 5 km from Keszthely. We are waiting for you at one of the most beautiful places of the area with modern comfort and a pleasent athmosphere of a family guesthouse. Below you can see what services we offer for our rooms.
no smoking allowed
The vast majority of the area was a vineyard. Today there are also a lot of vineyards. You can enjoy pleasant walks on the hills surrounding the settlement, whether on foot or by bicycle. During your trip you can taste the wines of vineyards.
The capital of Lake Balaton, the most important sights of the historical center are the Festetics Castle, one of the most beautiful baroque castles of the country, the Gothic church built in 1386 and the Pethő House on the pedestrian street. You can have a tour with a wine tasting at Bacchus Wine Museum near the Main Square.
Heviz and its surroundings offer not only therapeutic treatments, but also offers a variety of programs for a pleasant stay.
From the ruins of the volcanic hilltop you can heve a beautiful view of Lake Balaton.
If you visit the Kanyavári Island, what is a partially "resuscitated" marsh world, you can enjoy the ornithologists paradise, and the wonderful bird world.
The most important attraction of the settlement is the Africa Museum and Wildlife Park, which preserve the legacy of the late world famous hunter, Dr. Endre Nagy.
The natural rarities of Tapolca, the spring cave were discovered in 1902. It is interesting to see its green-colored lakes in whichyou can have a bot trip. The hot air of the cave has a good effect on respiratory diseases.
The green hillside with basalt columns, the graceful vineyards and the tiny white cellars provide a mesmerizing sight. One of the oldest wines is the Kéknyelű, the most well-known is the Gray Friend. The view of the small terrace of Kisfaludy on the hillside is unforgettable. When walking, you can go for a glass of homemade wine in almost any cellar, taste the fishermen soup at Lake Halászkert, take part in the nearby Riza Puszta on a wine tasting or in a "peasant wedding"