The "Baltova house" Medven
1 nights
from 160 BGN
Dates of departure:
01.01.2019 - 01.01.2020
The "Baltova house" is located in the beautiful village of Medven (Honey vilage). We offer to our guests a typical old village house built in the distant 1500 year renovated but preserving the spirit of the Bulgarian revival. The house consists of a kitchen, dining room, three rooms with double beds and one room with two beds the price is per night for the whole house. The rooms are cozy, furnished comfortably and have a shared bathroom and toilet. They are heated with a water jacket fireplace with secured wood.

For your convenience and convenience we offer the following additional amenities:

TV, internet access, firewood, barbecue and garden.

For your variety we offer the following additional services:

Walking with a cart, picnic, picking herbs, mushrooms, walnuts, home canning, orchestra (folk songs and dances) and training in folk dances, hunting, fishing, mountain hikes, riding, rock climbing and cave visits.
Visit to the Zahari Stoyanov House Museum, a walk in Zheravna, Kotel and other interesting sights.

Additional information about the village:

The village of Medven is located in the eastern Stara Planina mountain, 13 km. from the town of Kotel. There are two opinions on the origin of his name - some refer to old travel notes that tell how "big black bears walk around the woods of Medven", others think that the village of Medven comes not from a bear, but from honey, because in the past there was a great rude of bees in the village, and generally beekeeping is well developed in this area. Otherwise the village is not big - only about 300 houses. Of these, 104 are listed as cultural monuments, with much of them built 150 years ago and amazingly well preserved. The most famous is the house of the revolutionary Zahari Stoyanov and the playwright Stoyan Bachvarov.

The "Baltova House" is part of the GodZilla- 131 Project you can learn more here:

Date 7 adults and a child (0-2.99) on an extra bed
01.01.2019 - 01.01.2020 160 BGN