AccommodationWe offer accommodation for 9 (11) persons in four bedrooms (We offer an extra bed for 1 or 2 people).
We prefer families with children. No pets.
Parking and recommended routeD10 / Prague - Mladá Boleslav – Turnov (From Prague)
Garage (Indoor) parking space for two cars (max height 4 m), total number of parking spaces up to 6 (outdoor parking space for 4 cars)
CateringA fully equipped modern kitchen is available for your use in the cottage, including basic cooking spices. Grocery stores (Tesco, Penny etc) can be found in the closest town to the cottage – Turnov – about 2 kms away. A convenience store is located next to a restaurant (Restaurace U Medvěda) in a nearby village – Bělá.
Bedrooms and RoomsBedroom no. 1 with three 90x200cm beds
Bedroom no. 2 with balcony and two 90x200cm beds
Bedroom no. 3 with balcony, double 180cm bed and couch (extra bed)
Bedroom no. 4 is located on the ground floor, with access to the indoor pool, with a double 180cm bed
Work corner with fixed internet – WIFI available.
Bed sheets and towels are included.
HeatingFireplace, electric heaters, underfloor electric heating in the bathroom on the ground floor.
Appliances and other equipment- TV with USB and HDMI connection
- Board games
- Indoor 6x3m swimming pool (depth 120cm)
- Washing machine, dryer
- Modern equipped kitchen with a fridge, freezer, kettle, toaster, ceramic hob, electric oven, dishwasher). Towels, dishtowels and a complete set of dishes are available in the kitchen.
Sanitary facilitiesGround Floor: 2 Separate toilets, bathroom with shower.
2nd Floor: 1 Toilet and 1 bidet can be found in the bathroom with a large comfortable whirlpool bath.
Visit the verified family restaurant Maškovka. You can look forward to lunch / weekend menus, lovers of Italian cuisine will surely enjoy the pizza. You will enjoy your meal with us!
You can pay by card or selected meal vouchers. You can order a meal or reserve a table by phone:
+420 481 311 265
In the winter season you can visit the Struhy Ski Resort, which is located directly in Turnov. It is operated by the Turnov Ski Club. The ski slope is snow-covered until March and perfect for our little ones. Excellent skiing conditions are also in the vicinity (half an hour by car) in the Krkonoše Mountains, Jizera Mountains, Bedřichov (cross-country skiing trail, where the Jizera Fifty is regularly run). Kozákov, Liberec – Ještěd, Koberovy – Hamštejn, Lišný, Vysoké nad Jizerou – Šachty. And if you feel like figure skating, visit the Ludvík Kosek Winter Stadium.
Turnov and its surroundings offer a lot in the summer, especially when it comes to water sports. In Turnov itself you can go to a swimming pool or you can also rent a boat. In Malá Skála, you can choose from several boat rentals and many other things needed for boats. In Frýdštejn there is a swimming pool, which is located in a natural environment near the forest – plus you can get a nice sunbath here.
The town of Turnov is the heart of the Bohemian Paradise – an ideal starting point for trips to the surrounding areas. In the past, the town became famous for cutting gemstones, manufacturing and cutting glass and jewellery making. Turnov’s Czech garnets have become famous all over the world. Nowadays, Turnov has a rich cultural life, sports-minded people can also find pleasure here, and you can also relax in the beautiful countryside. The Jizera River and several other streams and rivers flow through the town. The city also offers plenty of activities for children and adults, both from the world of culture and historical monuments, as well as from other various sports facilities. Not to mention the well-maintained cycle paths in the city and its surroundings.
The Bohemian Paradise combines a variety of natural beauties with rich historical monuments – castles and chateauxes The extraordinary landscape with its characteristic sandstone rocks, flora and fauna communities were the main reason for the designation of the first protected landscape area of the Bohemian Paradise in the former Czechoslovak Republic (1955). In terms of landscape diversity and the presence of protected and endangered biological species, not only the deep forests, but also the systems of ponds and streams and the fragments of wetland ecosystems are important. The characteristic rocks, which form landscape landmarks (Trosky, Kozákov, Mužský, Vyskeř), add to the unique atmosphere. Therefore, the main symbol of the Bohemian Paradise is an area called Trosky with the ruins of a medieval castle, unmistakable from afar by its silhouette.
The trail is surrounded by the medieval castles of Valečov, Kost, Trosky, Hrubá Skála, Valdštejn, Frýdštejn, and includes the lookout towers and hills of Mužský, Kopanina, Kozákov, Tábor, as well as gems of folk and urban architecture. The total length of the trail is 103 km, but you can take only the part that interests you.
The whole route is a multi-day journey, so we have prepared several routes with recommended places along the way, with the possibility of returning to the starting point.
When you say Bohemian Paradise, you probably think of Prachovské Rocks, Trosky and Kost Castle. But this time we have a tip for the brave. Take a trip to the “Via Ferrata” at the Water Gate above the Jizera River.
No previous experience is necessary, the instructors are dedicated to beginners and the events have great reviews
If you are interested in the geological history of the Earth, you should take a trip to the Bohemian Paradise Geopark. You will be amazed by the incredibly beautiful nature and you will also learn a lot of new interesting things.
The UNESCO Bohemian Paradise Geopark is a unique area with a unique concentration of geological and geomorphological phenomena, paleontological, archaeological and mineralogical sites. It provides a picture of the geological history of the Earth and at the same time demonstrates the importance of natural conditions for the economic and cultural development of human society over many millennia. Due to its extremely valuable natural, geological and landscape values, the Bohemian Paradise Geopark was included in the European Geoparks Network in 2005 and in 2015 and is the only one in the Czech Republic to become a member of the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network. The territory of the geopark has been repeatedly the bottom of seas and lakes over hundreds of millions of years, volcanic activity has taken place here several times. The result is a landscape with rocks, volcanoes, karst phenomena, rivers, romantic valleys, forests, meadows and ponds.
If you still dont know what to do on Saturday evening 21.8.2021, we invite you to the 4th edition of the Night March through the Bohemian Paradise.
This year the route from Turnov to Jičín will be used, there will be no shorter routes. The number of participants is limited and there are still a few places available …. We look forward to seeing you at the event!
The bizarre ruins of a Gothic castle, built at the end of the 14th century by the Lords of Vartenberg, has become the main symbol of the entire Bohemian Paradise. The Baba and Panna towers offer a beautiful view of the picturesque landscape of Bohemian Paradise and the surrounding areas.
Originally a Gothic castle, Trosky was founded in the 14th century on top of a bizarre basalt outcrop. The construction of the castle on two steep basalt cliffs made Trosky an impregnable castle – even the Hussites failed to conquer it.
If you are looking for a more extreme sport, go paragliding in Kozákov. The start is at 744 m above sea level and consists of a large, well-maintained area. You will enjoy a great, yet a little dangerous experience. Kozákov offers tandem flights, where you are safely strapped to an experienced pilot and you can enjoy even a flight of several tens of minutes with a beautiful view and a feeling of freedom. Of course, everything takes place only under ideal weather conditions.
In Příšovice there are two lakes called Malý and Velký Písečák.
Both lakes were created after sandstone mining. Malý Písečák has an area of 12 ha and Velký Písečák of 27 ha. The area allows for camping, recreation, swimming, fishing and on the Big Písečák also surfing and sailing. Swimming is only possible at your own risk due to the absence of a lifeguard.
Forget the worries of everyday life. The wine cellar U Stebenky is a great place to sit with friends, family or business partners. In addition to excellent Moravian wine, you can also enjoy the atmosphere of a stylish cellar with traditional Moravian specialties.
The wine cellar U Stebenky is also an ideal place for organizing corporate and private parties. Along with good food and drinks.
If you love rocks and climbing, you’ve come to the right place. There are several places to climb in Turnov and its surroundings, both climbing walls and actual cliffs and rocks. There is a sports hall in Turnov that runs an artificial climbing wall, but you can also choose other physical activities. There is a climbing wall in Svijany, where you can then go bowling. In Malá Skála you can visit the Žlutá plovárna center or the climbing wall in the school grounds, and for the experienced climbers there is the Suché skály climbing area and Vranovský hřeben.
If you like castles and ruins, don’t forget to go to Vranov. It rises high above the Jizera River, near Malá Skála. You can reach it on foot, following the red hiking trail.
At the time of its construction, the castle met all defensive requirements, as a group of sandstone cliffs tilted almost vertically on all sides into the Jizera valley were used for its construction. According to the notches and grooves in the rock walls, it can be judged that the residential buildings at Vranov were mainly wooden, and therefore only the cellars carved into the rock have been preserved. The castle was entered through two fortified gates. On the highest rock, there was a wooden castle tower which dominated the whole building.
The property is open all year round. In the summer season we allow only weekly stays, the starting day is Saturday. Off-season the minimum stay is two nights.
Summer season: 15.6. – 15.9. (15th June – 15th September)
Winter season: 1.12. – 15.3. (US: 1st December – 15th March)
Check-in: 17:00 – 20:00 (5:00 pm – 8 pm)
End of stay: until 10:00 pm
Payment for the weekly stay takes place on the day of booking and in the full amount. Holiday fees/tax to the municipality of Mírová pod Kozákovem are already included in the rental price.
Parking on the property is free of charge.
0-14 days before arrival (100%)
15-60 days before arrival (50%)
61-999 days before arrival (0%)
All prices are for one week stay and exclude electricity. The price for energy consumed per week is approximately 600 CZK in the summer months, in the winter months approximately 2 500 CZK. A refundable deposit of CZK 5 000 is collected on the day of arrival. The refundable deposit is deducted at the end of the stay for the electricity used.
Price list of accommodation
Capacity 9 persons, 4 bedrooms
Extra bed (for additional 1-2 persons)
The price are for one week’s stay.
Summer season: 31 000 CZK
Winter season: 29 000 CZK
Off season: 21 000 CZK
Weekend off-season: 10 000Kč
New Year’s Eve: 40 000Kč
Dates rented to families with children only:
Christmas: 35 000 CZK
Easter: 20 000 CZK
Refundable deposit: 5 000 CZK
Maximum capacity is 11 persons. In the case of each additional person, including infants, a fee of CZK 1,500 per stay will be charged for this person in the case of weekend stays. For weekly stays, a fee of CZK 5,000 per stay will be charged for each additional person, including infants.
Treat yourself to a wonderful holiday in the Bohemian Paradise!
In the heart of Bohemian Paradise, a short distance from Turnov, we offer pleasant and quiet accommodation in a newly furnished new building for a total of 11 people. The accommodation is stylish, modern, the facilities of the family house offer enough comfort for even the most demanding clients.
The house is situated in a semi-secluded area near the forest in a beautiful and quiet environment of the Bohemian Paradise under the Kozákov Mountain, near the Trosky Castle and with a view of the mountain Ještěd. The location of the accommodation offers pleasant walks to the protected landscape area of Klokočské Skály (Klokočí Rocks) with the ruins of Rotštejn Castle (about 2 km away).
The place is not only ideal for winter sports but also for summer activities such as exploring the Bohemian Paradise on foot or by bike. The short driving distance to a number of attractive tourist places in Bohemian Paradise and the great selection of both winter and summer attractions and activities makes Mirová pod Kozákovem the ideal place for holidays.
We look forward to seeing you! Martina & Jindra Škoda