- Reviews: 926
Camp Velkoparezity: lovely camp near Telc
We came late, about 11 pm when we hardly saw a person on the street, yet we somewat didn't give up the hope for safe sleeping out legally with water for washing (thgouh, inside would be better at that temperatures, but we didn't see anything open except what we thought it would be expensive anyways) and we just followed signs for that camp while driving through Telc.
Oh yes! Not bad place we found after a little search in dark - it seems all guests were in camp's bar, they had guitar and atmosphere was lively, Czechs were encouraged by beer ... and we joined! It would be too bad if we went to sleep just because of long ride - while in Czech, go and hang out with them, they are among most easy going folks in Europe. Talented in singing, talented in socializing - yet most friendly and somehow modest.
We pitched tent later - we couldn't hope for a bungalow because they were all full right that night for a group of cyclist who had cycling competition here next day. It was less or about 10 degrees by nights, so it was a little cold to sleep outside.
If I focus on camp: they're open all year round. Lots of shade here and a large meadow - few minutes walk there's a lake and some more camping spots in quieter setting. Busiest area is by the bar - restaurant and closer to toilets.
Restaurant/bar opens 8 am - and it remained open until 4 am or so, but the food wasn't served that late (last meals were before 10 pm, for which we came too late).
Toilets (common) are okay, but coin is needed for taking shower (5 minutes warm water roughly, buy it at reception or bar) and toilet paper for toilets.
Cottages/bungalows looked nice with balconies and under the trees, but since we didn't stay there I cannot comment on them.
Camping in Czech with tent is straight cheap, we paid about 3 euro/person- including 2 tents and a car. For more information and exact prices check for the camp's web site below.
- Reviews: 41
penzion patricia: Nice place next to the square
It is a little penzione run by a friendly couple. neat, clean and all that...
I stayed there for one day. Got good advice from what to see, where to eat etc. I dont remember the name of the cafe that they suggested, but dont miss the pastries in that cafe.
- Reviews: 470
Hotel Cerny Orel: Another Telc Hotel?
Not stayed here but have had lunch and beer on their deck in the summer months on many occasions.
Olde worlde and the rooms look very nice.
- Reviews: 1
Penzion Patricia: The Best Place to Stay in Telc
We stayed in Penzion Patricia for three nights while visiting Telc and the surrounding area. Patricia is a great hostess. Having lived in the US for 14 years, she knows what the western traveler expects. Along with providing a clean and comfortable place to stay, she also can provide travel information for the local area. If you're visting Telc, this is definitely the place to stay.
Penzion Patrica is located at the entrance to the Telc Town Square...right in the heart of the town. Patrica speaks excellent English, and for a small fee, even did my laundry.
- Reviews: 1
Pension Privát Nika: Cute pension by Telc square
We had a great overnight in Telc, not least because of this tiny but friendly pension. Nika is situated in one of the square's beautiful, old houses. One of the doublerooms has a bathroom inside and the other uses a bathroom on the hall just 2 steps from the door. Although it's on the hall, it's only used by this one room, so privacy is the same.
Rooms are basic but clean and squite spacious and with an idyllic view over the cute little backyard to the lake and village around.
Special points go to the breakfast which beats most hotels: the friendly owner-lady cooks the breakfast for you in her kitchen and the table is beautifully set and loaded with anything you could want, including good coffee and home-made bakery.
- Reviews: 1665
Hotel Celebin: Cozy Hotel on the Square
A quaint little hotel at the rear of the square. Four to five rooms per floor. Very quiet. The beds were comfortable with the usual featherbed comforter. Small tv and very small minibar (see nightlife tip). The bathroom was adequate, but no practical means of taking a standup shower due to the absence of a shower curtain.
The hotel has a decent buffet breakfast which consisted of yoghurt, cereals, cheeses and cold cuts. The normal sort of included breakfast in this area of the world.
The hotel is centrally located in a rear corner of the old square. Several restaraunts and pubs are close at hand. But get out to dinner and drinking early because the town does seem to shut down by 10:00 p.m. (probably earlier in the wintertime).
- Reviews: 567
I cannot remember: Hotels in Telc
There are also hotels in Telc - one is at the town square and there is another small guesthouse. I can't remember to the name of the hotel because I didn't stay there, I just had a meal in the restaurant.
In normal cases car parking is forbidden at the town square - but hotel guests are allowed to park their car in front of the hotel.
By the way, Richie (Richiecdisc) has a hotel adress on his page about Telc. Just have a look there....
- Reviews: 5929
Garni Penzion Vacek.: Garni Penzion Vacek.
Only 400 kr ($11) for one person and he said about 600 for two for that time of year, maybe 800 in season.
This was one of the best value places I found on the whole trip with very comfortable, clean, modern rooms, with private facilities and large tasty breakfast.
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