In 2006 the hotel has been totally refurbished and modernized . The total living area of 3000 m˛ consists of :
48 rooms, each of these is furnished with a bath or shower and also a TV, telephone, mini-bar and safe.
Apart from the usual single-bed and twin-bed rooms there are also a few family rooms available.
3 x single-bed rooms
3 x 4-bed rooms
1 x 5-bed room
41 x twin-bed rooms
= 110 beds
restaurant for 120 guests : 11x 30 m
modern , fully equipped Inox kitchen for up to 150 people , 11x5,10 m refrigerator cell
pantry with dishwasher 11 x 5 m
bar, lounge , reception , garden , terraces and indoor pool with bar area , gym , mini golf , beach volley, tennis court , Billiard , table soccer ,
conference room for 300 people 13 x 30 m , conference room for 15 people 13 x 10m .The halls are equipped with sound fixtures, projecting screen, data projector, flipchart and a beamer.
12 smaller offices which are currently rented to a medical doctor , hairdresser , beauty center , massage center and other companies , 6 are vacant but are being rented occasionally to companies for small business meetings .
2 separate houses for the manager and concierge .
There is wireless Internet for hotel guests as well as all offices .
Central gas heating system
In an annexed building is a sewing atelier , which is currently rented .
All windows and doors are in PVC and new ( from 2006) and the hotel has been freshly painted inside and outside at the same time . Further on the ceiling of the indoor pool has been renewed.
All table linen and curtains have been exchanged in 2006.
The Rustikal Hotel sits in a unique location: directly in the middle of a beautiful landscape, scattered with hills, woods, meadows and ponds. Culture, entertainment, relaxation and nature, all this is within reach.
The picturesque town of Pelhřimov is located approximately half-way between Prague and Brno if driving along the D1 motorway – EXIT 90 near Humpolec.
Pelhřimov can be easily reached by train (railway line No. 224 from Tábor to Horní Cerekev) or by bus (through services for example from Prague, Brno, České Budějovice, Hradec Králové, Znojmo, Jeseník, …).
The town of Pelhřimov is rightfully called “the Gateway to the Highlands“ due to its situation in the westernmost tip of the Czech-Moravian Highlands.
The altitude above sea level at the foot of the tower of the Church of St. Bartholomew is 498.63 metres and at the railway station it is 509.7 metres.