The modern three-star hotel with parking area is situated approximately 33 miles southeast of Prague between the townships of Tichonice and Kácov. Surrounded by woods only a couple of feet from the Sázava River you will find everything you need to have a nice vacation, organize business or social meetings or trainings.
The hotel complex offers 20 double rooms, 2 four-bed rooms and 2 studios facilitated with bathroom and WC, color TV with satellite programs, phone, radio-alarm and minibar. The area also has accommodation in log cabins with bathrooms or cabanas suitable especially for trainings or sport events. The restaurant can seat and board 90 - 100 people. After a nice lunch or dinner one may stay in the bar or patisserie.
An outdoor 75-feet swimming pool with night lighting and a paddling pool is ideal for active leisure as well as 2 tennis courts with synthetic surface and lighting, 2 volleyball courts with synthetic surface, lawn football field and a basketball field. You may also play miniature golf or table tennis. There is also a sauna, massages or a bike rental.
You are invited
Come along to us for sport and fun, there’s absolutely no chance of getting bored! On the premises by the hotel there are two tennis courts with an artificial surface, an outdoor pool with a kid’s paddling pool, football pitch and minigold. In the main building we decided to open a new games area with two bowling lanes, pool, billiards, darts and table football.
Mon - Sun 9:00 - 24:00
V Malém muzeu techniky Jawy od Sázavy můžete vidět 70 motocyklů české a slovenské výroby, historické fyzikální modely, modely technických principů, řezy motorů, krystalové přijímače, měřící přístroje a mnoho dalších technických zajímavostí na 200 m2 výstavní plochy.
Another, younger fortress used to stand in the location of the current chateau. This fortress was probably founded in the middle of the 15th century, after the previous older fortress, located in the south-western direction from Kácov on the left bank of the Sázava nearby Soušice, became dilapidated. Due to the fact that on the turn of the 14th and 15th century Kácov was divided between several owners, it is possible that there were two fortresses existing next to each other over a certain period of time.