Mezi Plutky has four generous suite-style boutique rooms in the original house that have a ‘loft’ accent to the design. Two suites - Suite Guest with a stone floor and a bath tub and Suite Parents on the first floor (70m²). The two other smaller rooms are named Daughter (36m²) and Son (44m²).
Room and bedroom at the house’s ground floor with view at the mountain Ondřejník - surprising place in deep walls of the old house - hundred of years old stone floor, original wooden beamed ceiling, big bathroom with stone bath behind the glass.
Hidden in white beams, in white linen pillows, with windows to the swimming pool and to never-ending Podolanky valley - ceilings and walls made out of old wood, linen fabrics, big shower behind the glass and open dressing room.
Attic room with alcove, where somebody is hiding or just playing. open space in the attic with open shower, dressing room, windows to the east and south, to the valley, to the mountains. comfortable bed for the third guest.
A place which is hard to find - a house in house. hidden corners. thousand shades of wood and white, light and shadow, and silence. living space with big sofa, alcove for the comfortable sleeping or dreaming. and bathroom in the middle.
There is also a “Summer House” bedroom located in the newly built barn.
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