Spacious, three-storey summer house with all the comforts of your home. Five minutes walk from Lake Balaton, this entire house is a perfect place to BBQ, rest, and to spend time with friends and family alike. In the close vicinity of the Káli Basin and Badacsony (one of the most famous wine region).
The house is situated at the foot of the Káli-basin, an area renowned for its natural beauty and hiking routes. The house itself was built from scratch by my family back in 2000 - all credit for the interior design goes to my mother. My family spent most summers here - this is exactly why the house has a great "home" vibe. This place is perfect for family gatherings, a summer vacation with friends, or to rest after a great wine-tour in the surrounding area.
Make sure to stargaze in the garden on a clear night.
Go hiking in the Káli-basin.
Bring bikes or rent some, do not miss the beautiful bike route around the Lake.
Visit the Abbey in Tihany.
Guests will have access to free wi-fi, cable TV, essential amenities like towels, shampoo, toilet paper, etc. (check the amenities section for more detailed information).
Interaksi dengan tamu
As my everyday work keeps me in Budapest, I will mostly communicate with the guests through the provided cell phone in the house. I am also available 24/7 on any of the online messaging applications you can name. I also have local friends who can help you in person should the need arise.
Smoke only on balconies/terraces
Keep noise levels down after 23:00 - talking on the balcony is fine, but playing music/instruments or anything that can disturb the neighbours is prohibited. Please abide these simple rules during your stay.
As a fellow traveler, I always chose to stay in apartments or guestrooms instead of hotels. Unfortunately, I have met terrible hosts during my past years. I decided to try hosting myself - who knows, maybe I was a terrible guest - I will never know until I try to do it myself. I made several friends during my travels, and I hope I can keep on meeting new people as a host as well.
When I travel abroad, I want to become a part of the "natives" lives while I'm there. Which means going to places that are not promoted by brochures and guides. While this proved to be tricky on more than one occasion, I still find this the best method to actually "experience" a city. I think of myself as a perfect guest - I only go to my apartment to sleep. As a host, well, you have to come and see.