We offer accommodation in double rooms, full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner and, during the day, coffee, tea and water in the meeting room). Wi-Fi is available in the rooms or the restaurant.
We will take you comfortably by bus from Prague to our venue and then back at the end of the program.
Where will we meet and where do we go?
We will meet and go together by bus to our venue. The intensive language course will take place in the congress halls of the venue.
The accommodation includes six days and five nights in a beautiful hotel or guesthouse. We offer double rooms with full board. Here are our venues:
Hotel Gold Chotoviny**** -accommodation in Chotoviny near the town Tábor, South Bohemia
Hotel Gold Chotoviny **** is surrounded by lovely South Bohemian nature and yet is just one hour’s drive from Prague and about 40 minutes drive from Ceske Budejovice, close to the D3 highway exit. This hotel offers not only accommodation in stylish rooms, but also high-quality gastronomy, a luxurious wellness center, a charming outdoor garden and a restaurant with sunny terraces. All are ideal places to relax. The hotel, a former brewery, has been successfully renovated, but still retains its original architectural appearance.
Pension Selský dvůr – accommodation in Nový Drahov, Skalná near the spa town Franzenbad, Western Bohemia.
This courtyard pension, sensitively rebuilt from former farms, is an enjoyable place with pleasant accommodation facilities. Novy Drahov Village consists of a set of six original Frankish estates and is now a protected site. Agro-tourism tours, bike rides and walks in the woods are all possible in the village or its vicinity.
Hotel Antoň*** – accommodation in beautiful UNESCO city Telč, South Moravia
The property which is now the hotel has been created by the reconstruction of historic buildings of the former Lihovar cooperative distillery. The history of the property reaches as far back as 16th century, where the first written references to the already established production of spirits fermented from potatoes can be found. Written documents from 1877 speak of the distillery as a part of the Telč estate, whose owner was Leopold IV (from the house of Podstatzky–Lichtenstein). As time went on ownership changed, and after nationalisation in 1945 the property became a part of an organisation for the manufacture of potato-derived spirit. By 1969 a distillery had been established – mainly for production of slivovitz and brandy from local produce.
Reconstruction which had been started in 1977 was never completed. The property decayed until 1995, at which time it was bought by the Antoň family – as a ruin, designated for demolition. Immediately however a comprehensive reconstruction programme was commenced with the aim of rebuilding the property into a fully-accessible hotel complex. The architect Mr. M. Klang, the guiding spirit behind the reconstruction, does not disavow the original purpose of the building; why hide what is characteristic of it? The first fruit of the effort to construct the hotel facility was that of the Lihovar restaurant. Then the rebuilding went on to the construction of the accommodation facilities and conference and recreation areas. The whole structure is conceived as being easily-accessible at a tranquil but at the same time central position, within easy reach of the historic centre of the town and directly connected to numerous tourist and cycle paths.