The first written records of the house date back in the 15th century. Well preserved basement rooms are from the Gothic period. Renaissance style is manifested in the the painted beam ceilings while the entrance portal is the result of the Baroque reconstruction of the house.Later adaptations brought new architectural elements, among which are quite outstanding the classicist ones. The last reconstruction faitfully preserved the historical character of the building.
Particularly unique is the house facade being connected with the famous 17th century altar painter Peter Brandl, who was born and lived in the house. Due to the demanding reconstruction in 1994-95 the house can offer the public the following historical rooms: Restaurant facilities on the ground floor beneath Renaissance ceilings and on the basement floors I and II beneath Gothic vaults. Hotel-type rooms on the higher floors where the authenticity of history is emphasized also by original period furniture.
Special offer is only valid from Sunday till Thursday.
Basement II - night bar, Basement I - wine restaurant, Ground floor - restaurant, Floors - accommodation in doublerooms and double-room apartments/suites with shower or bathroom, TV via satellite, telephone, minibar, safe.
HOW TO GET THERE
tram nr 12, 20, 22 and 23 to the "Malostranské náměstí" stop
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