Our services

  • No matter how you like to explore the surroundings: walking, by bike or by car...

    in Transylvania we can offer a little bit of each. We can organize some walking tours for you, or bike trips to destinations nearby or organize a guided tour by car to the beautiful saxon villages which are truly worth a visit: Viscry, Malancrav, Biertan, Copsa Mare, Rupea.. - There are lot of really beautiful sightseeing tours to be experienced by everybody interested in saxon culture!

  • Every single room is equipped with the following:

    Own bathroom with shower or tub, Cable TV , Internet (by cable) or Wireless

  • We have thought about that right from the beginning:

    Our location has an own meeting room where our guests can enjoy social games or have part of a match at the houseown ping pong table

  • Love passes right through the stomach...

    Even if we do not have a houseown restaurant we put a fully equipped kitchen at our clients disposal, free to use at any time.Also we can prepare a breakfast of your choice. If you are a barbecue master - no problem! there is a nice grill outside at our panoramic terrace which is also free to use, 24/7!

What Our Guests Say

Always a pleasure to come to this civilised hostel. Maybe it does not sport cutting-edge design but it is homely in the best sense, and the fittings are all in good condition or have been recently renovated. The rooms are extremely quiet, even with open windows, spacious and comfortable. Excellent breakfast in a charming light dining room.
Anthony Welch
Very cozy and nice hostel with gentle staff. Third time we stayed there.
Brian Thomson
The lady at the front desk who took care of me both check in and check out was very friendly and kind. Thank you! I would love to go back again.
Victoria Christopher
Convenient location. Very helpful staff, I hope to return.
Gerry Brooks

A few facts about Sighisoara

During the 12th century, German craftsmen and merchants known as the Transylvanian Saxons were invited to Transylvania by the King of Hungary to settle and defend the frontier of his realm.

The chronicler Krauss lists a Saxon settlement in present-day Sighiṣoara by 1191.A document of 1280 records a town built on the site of a Roman fort as Castrum Sex or "six-sided camp", referring to the fort's shape of an irregular hexagon. Other names recorded include Schaäsburg (1282), Schespurg (1298) and Segusvar (1300).

By 1337 Sighişoara had become a royal center for the kings, who awarded the settlement urban status in 1367 as the Civitas de Segusvar.

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