Pension & restaurant 'Alte Klosterschmiede'
Price per person for a double room (with breakfast): EUR22.00 (3 nights or more) single surcharge: EUR6.00 (3 nights or more) half-board surcharge: EUR7.80 - EUR10.00, number of beds: 8, 4 double rooms (extra beds available), sanitary facilities: shower/WC/some with TV
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The former abbey smithy was most probably the oldest and largest smithy in Grünhain. The building of the restaurant that stands there today was probably built in 1632 on the foundation walls of the burnt-out ruins of the old abbey smithy. In 1994. the Jelinek family opened their guest-house and a bed-and-breakfast business with four double rooms. Exposed old walls and rustic beams lend the house a unique atmosphere. Even the kitchen, which changes its dishes depending on the season, is evidence of the history of the time-honoured building. The Erzgebirge is a border area. No need to travel over the mountain ridge if you want to try the neighbour's .cuisine Authentic Czech dishes are prepared in the old abbey smithy, because for the Head Chef Jindrich Jelinek, it's in his blood. Apart from the house specialities, Jelinek, who is native to the Czech Republic, has another on pleasnat surprise on offer: every year in March, the guest-house invites you to a week of specialities featuring Czech cuisine and good Czech beer on tap.