We needed an accomodation in Prague for some nights, and we've found on Internet, after some searches, this cosy pension.
The price is right for this type of accomodation.
I recommend it! It is more difficult to reach there for the first time, but then it's a walk in the park :) You can walk (5 minutes) to the Metro "Budejovicka".
Our "quest" to find the pension was very tiring .. we came from Munich and the owner pointed us like we would came from the other direction, so from Munich there was no "Krk" exit and we ended up crossing Prague to "Budejovicka city" instead of the "Budejovicka quarter" we were looking after :) After some two hours to wonder by car on the very corners of the map, stopping at three or four gas stations, we finally ended up on some streets on the map and slowly made our way to "Na krksa street". Huf!!
Unique Quality: The owner's name is Ludmila Cabelova, she speaks english and she was very helpful during our conversations on email and of course on the pension. She provided us with a map and with usefull informations, like: where's a bank to exchange cash and where to go in Prague.
The pension has a small frontyard where you can park one car.
Rooms were cosy, not very big but enough for a good night sleep. Clean bathrooms.
Directions: Pretty hard to find during the night :) Basically the street "Na krcske" is located close to "Budejovicka" Metro station.
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