Pros: Great view to the Fagarasi mountains Excellent local food Wonderful service
Pros: This is a great place with views of the Fagaras Mountains, which are very close, and large grounds where they grow a lot of their own food!
Cons: It is very quiet and out of the way so some city dwellers may find it too quiet (we did not)!
Pros: Pluses: -excelent location, beautiful view of the mountains; -big yard, well maintained, with enough attractions to keep adults and kids bust for hours(toys, badminton field etc) -beautiful, well ...
Surrounded by the spectacular Fagaras Mountains, La Curtea Porumbaceana is set on the foothill below Negoiu Peak, and features rooms with a balcony, which are decorated in traditional Romanian style. Free Wi-Fi access and on-site parking is provided. Further amenities at the La Curtea Porumbaceana comprise a flat-screen TV and a bathroom with shower and free toiletries in each room. Breakfast is included in the rate and can be served on the common terrace. The in-house restaurant offers a fix menu Romanian specialities, in which home-made products are used. You can take part in the thematic traditional evenings and festivals that are occasionally organised by the hosts. Free bicycles are available to explore the area. Shuttle services to Sibiu International Airport are arranged on request and at a surcharge. Transfagaras Mountain Road is a 6.2 miles away.
Pros: Location is perfect for hikers. By car it takes only 15-20 minutes to the Balea Lake. The owner and the staff were nice and very professional. Food was quite tasty and very cheap, considering ...
Pros: Perfect bungalows with almost private river passing nearby. Good location for hikers. Extremely pleasant and helpful staff.
Cons: Many wild dogs around. But that is almost anywhere in Romania... Kids may feel not very safe.
Pros: Perfect location, very nice staff. Good quality/price ratio.
Pros: Location. Staff.
Cons: The bath room was awfully small. No space to sit on the toilet. Small shower cabin. Poor wifi in the bungalow.
Pros: The little cabin was great, right on the river. The host was amazing, very nice and served us a great breakfast in the morning. The location was excellent, the price was less than what we expected. It...
Pros: We spent one night in bungalow near the creek, it was just amazing. Accommodation was small, but had everything you need. Poenari castle is not so far on the south, and Balea Lake is just 15km to the ...
Cons: WiFi was available only on hotel reception, not in actual accommodation.
Pros: The bungalow was great, spacious and clean. It's warm, cozy and has that wood smell that you can find in a wooden house. The bed it's huge. Great placement near the river gives you a ...
Cons: The bathroom is just a bit too small and crowded even for a small person like me. There was a problem with the toilet bowl (in house 2) that they promised to solve. The stairs... ohhhh... the stairs...
Pros: Would recommend
Pros: Exzellent beds, Good bathroom
Cons: Breakfast was not included, even thought we booked the option
In a quiet and scenic location at 1,657 feet above sea level, Hotel Siesta is located in Piscul Negru on the Transfagarasan National Road. It offers a traditional Romanian restaurant, a bar, and free WiFi. The en-suite rooms feature a TV and a minibar. Some have a balcony with mountain views. Siesta Hotel also features a terrace and barbecue facilities. Free private parking is available on site. Activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and rafting can be enjoyed in the surrounding Fagaras Mountains. Lake Balea is 8.7 miles away, and Vidraru Lake is 21.7 miles away.
Pros: Very clean, mini bar in the room. Decent prices.
Cons: The fact that I had to wait for somebody at the reception to check the room minibar and confirm that what I said I had from it is correct.
Pros: The room was very nice, larger than expected, including the bathroom and shower. The staff were courteous and helpful. The restaurant has an extensive menu and the food was delicious.
Pros: Good breakfast Nice staff Close to the citadel, restaurants and supermarkets Playground nearby
Cons: very bad wifi connection no elevator very noisy due to the parties downstairs the fire alarm went on and when I tried to call the reception to confirm is just an exercise/ fault, I realized ...
Pros: Great location, in the middle of town. Nice spacious room with lovely balcony
Cons: No elevator - and we had a room on the 3rd floor! If we knew that before, we would've chosen another hotel. Also we couldn't find the A/C; pretty sure our room didn't have one. We didn...
Pros: The staff is very nice and helpful. The location is great, in the city center, near the medieval citadel (which is a must see). We enjoyed the breakfast (although is could be a bit more varied)
Cons: We only had 2 issues with our stay. First is more of an inconvenient and that is that there is no elevator. So if you have a lot of luggage and you need to go to the 3rd floor, you might have a little...
Pros: It was a pleasant stay, friendly staff and good location, in the center of the city, very close to the castle.
Pros: + central location + good value
Cons: - smoking in the breakfast room was quite a shock, and we both smelt like smoke for the entire day - no elevator, which may be a problem for some people - limited parking, was hit or miss
Pros: The hotel is in the centre of Fagaras, ideal if you have business in the town.
Cons: They claimed that my booking had not been confirmed to them and as a result nudged me out of the room that I booked with air con.It was 28C during my stay.
Enjoying a privileged location in Fagaras, Hotel Bulevard is housed in a new building, offering comfortable accommodation with a large and complete range of services. The spacious, modern and elegant rooms are decorated in warm intimate colours boasting beautiful views at the Fagaras Fortress and the city centre. Sample traditional Romanian cuisine in the hotel’s restaurant with 200 seats and enjoy dining in the relaxing summer garden. The restaurant can also be used for organising business dinners, cocktails and coffee breaks during conferences or other events as well as various parties. If you are interested in monasteries, the Brancoveanu Monastery, built in the 17th century and nowadays the largest ecumenical centre in south-eastern Europe, is well worth visiting.
Pros: Friendly, helpful owner who was very anxious to ensure we were comfortable and well fed. Lovely shady garden to relax in. Very convenient for exploring the Transfagaras road and area. We enjoyed ...
Cons: It was irritating to have to ring the bell at the gate every time we had been out.
Pros: We came to Casa Mosului before our planned trip to Transfagarasan. It was just perfect! Rustic house with all modern facilities - you should experience that for sure! The owner was very friendly, ...
Pros: The back yard is great.
Cons: Food is bad. Bad, because 3 years ago was the best traditional food we ever eat, and I am a gourmand.
Pros: One of the most beautiful houses where I've been until now. A quiet village with a lot of things to do in the nearby places. The garden is big, perfect for families with children. The room is big ...
Cons: The host is not so friendly, or at least not with us. Was difficult for him to give us an extra blanket and when we received it was dirty and smelly. We had no idea that we can eat there because ...
Pros: Everything. Exceptional hospitality, great food, really clean, toys for children, a very unique experience
Pros: Location is great, right in front of the Transfagarasan mountain pass, so in the mornings you can see if it is OK to head there or not. The house is massive, with a big garden to enjoy too, The staff ...
Cons: Nothing to complain! :)
Pros: Wonderful location, very friendly and kind people, excellent food (only natural ingredients...), very quiet and clean area, very clean facilities, rooms were nice and warm. Everything for an almost ...
Cons: Everything was almost perfect and flawless. Nothing to complain about.
Cons: Not possible to pay by card
Pros: Excellent. 10
Cons: A little too hot
Pros: Convened and quiet location - equally close to Transfagarasan & Sibiu! The staff is welcoming and villa is authentically decorated! I wish we had more time to stay (=
Casa Mosului Guesthouse opened in 2008. It was built in a thousand year old village, full of stories about colorful characters. The house is made out of wood and rock, decorated with authentic, old items, from the Fagaras Valley.
We are not a big hotel and our guests become our friends quickly. Mosu, well, he has, as you would expect, white hair. He is kind and attentive with all the people coming to his house.
We have five big and sunny rooms, with shiny floors and soft beds, ideal for lazy afternoons and silent nights. You reach them by climbing an original staircase made out of logs from the nearby woods. In the living room, near the fireplace, we have a big table, usually full of all the delicacies of the region, carefully cooked by aunt Mariana.
We expect you with a blooming garden, from spring to autumn, where, in the evening you can stay for one more glass of wine or even make your own barbecue. If you are not in the mood for drinking and dining, you can just listen to the crickets, hidden in the grass. In winter time our garden hosts, free of charge, as much snowmen you can build.