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Mihók

Story:
This two-room farm house from the beginning of the last century stands on its original place. It has no bathroom; guests may use the central bathhouse. (Suitable for 5 people)

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. double bed, 1 single person
2. 2 double bed
Bathroom: no (Bathhouse)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Reception

Story:
This central building is an enlarged farmhouse from Gyimesbükk. It is suitable for smaller events, has a kitchen and a dining room that seats 44 guests. Upstairs there are three rooms: 1 four-bed room, 2 six-bed rooms, 1 eight-bed room and two separate bathrooms (Suitable for 24 people)

Room: 1. -2. -3. -4.
Bed:
1. 4 single person
2. 8 single person
3. 6 single person
4. 6 single person
Bathroom: yes
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Nagygyimesi

Story:
This house has been moved here from Nagygyimes. It has three separate rooms with traditional furnishing. There is no bathroom, guests are welcome to use the central bathhouse. (Suitable for 6 people)

Room: 1. -2. -3.
Bed:
1. 1 single person
2. 2 single person
3. 3 single person
Bathroom: no(Bathhouse)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Madarasi

Story:
The only house in the Skanzen not deriving from the Csango region but from the village of Csíkmadaras. It has two separate entrances, three rooms and a private bathroom. (Suitable for 6 people)

Room: 1. -2. -3.
Bed:
1. 2 single person
2. 2 single person
3. 1 double bed
Bathroom: no(Bathhouse)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Gyimesbükki

Story:
This house from the village of Gyimesbükk has two rooms with separate entrances. Here you can find beds with traditional straw mattresses too. There is no bathroom, guests are welcome to use the central bathhouse. (Suitable for 6 people)

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. 3 single person
2. 3 single person
Bathroom: no(Bathhouse)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Bathhouse

Story:
Built from the material of an old barn this is a huge common bathroom with separate entrances for ladies and gentlemen. Guests accommodated in houses with no bathroom are welcome to use the bathhouse.

Houses: Mihók, Nagygyimes, Bálványos, Gyimesbükk
Shower: 
4 – man
4 – woman

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Bálványos

Story:
This house was moved here from Bálványos and has three separate rooms with traditional furnishing. There is no bathroom so guests are welcome to use the central bathhouse. (Suitable for 9 people)

Room: 1. -2. -3
Bed:
1. 2 single person, 1 double bed
2. 2 single person
3. 1 single person, 1 double bed
Bathroom: no(Bathhouse)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: no

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Kilén

Story:
This house brought here from Gyimesközéplok has two separate rooms. Guests are welcome to use the common bathhouse. (Suitable for 8 people)

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. 2 single person, 1 double bed
2. 2 single person, 1 double bed
Bathroom: no(Bathhouse)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Kúria

Story:
The greatest ornament of the hillside is the Kúria (aka country mansion). It was reconstructed from the material of a house built in 1867.

It is a two-floor house with two 4-person rooms, two 5-person rooms, all with private bathrooms. The basement holds a larger room with a kitchen suitable for 6 people. Also, in the basement we have built further showers and restrooms for our guests staying at the houses on the hillside.

Room: 1. -2. -3. -4.
Bed:
1. 2 single person, 1 double bed
2. 2 single person, 1 double bed
3. 2 single person, 1 double bed
4. 2 single person, 1 double bed
Bathroom: per room
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Kondor

Story:
Built on the hillside this house from Gyimesbükk has wonderful view on the Borospatak valley. Suitable for 7 guests who are welcome to use the showers and restrooms in the basement of the Kúria.

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. 4 bunk bed
2. 2 bunk bed, 1 double bed
Bathroom: no (basement of Kúria)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: no

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Buha

Story:
The terrace of this hillside house from Buhapatak looks out on the scenic view of the Borospatak valley. It has a private bathroom and is suitable for 9 people.

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. 5 single person
2. 4 single person
Bathroom: yes
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: no

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Andrika

Story:
Named after its former owner in Gyimesfelsőlok this house was rebuilt on the upper part of the hillside. It is suitable for 7 people who are welcome to use the showers and restrooms in the basement of the Kúria.

Room: 1. -2. -3
Bed:
1. 2 single person
2. 1 double bed
3. 3 single person
Bathroom: no(basement of Kúria)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: no

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Etelka

Story:
Named after its former owner in Görbepatak, this house was reconstructed on the highest part of the hill. It has a private bathroom and is suitable for 6 people.

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. 2 single person
2. 1 double bed, 2 single person
Bathroom: no(Basement of Kúria)
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: no

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Tarhavasi

Story:
The house was brought to our Skanzen in 2010. It has two separate rooms with traditional furnishing and a shared bathroom. (Suitable for 7 people)

Room: 1. -2.
Bed:
1. 1 single person, 1 double bed
2.  4 single person
Bathroom: yes
Extra bed: yes
Wi-Fi: no

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Barn

Story:

Our event barn was built using the material from two old barns. It seats more than 200 people and is suitable for conferences, parties, weddings and baptism ceremonies. Extended by two covered terraces and two separate restrooms it stands at our guests’ disposal in winter and summer.

Room: 1.+ gallery
Table
Smoking cellar
WC:
yes
Wi-Fi: yes

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Wine cellar

Story:
This atmospheric community space was built of flat stones deriving from the brook running through the Skanzen. It can be heated and smoking is allowed. Suitable for smaller events, seats up to 40 people.

 
Wi-Fi: yes

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Museum

Story:
Our museum offers a deeper insight into the ethnographic heritage of the Gyimes region. Guests may find information about old, traditional furnishings and furniture, traditional folk attire and various other interesting objects that are on display.

Room: 1.+ floor

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The mill

Story:
This old watermill was originally built in the village of Görbepataka in 1873 and then restored in the Skanzen in 2012. The flour for our homemade bread is milled here but the mill also grinds corn for our farm animals.  There is a separate part of the mill house that functions as a tiny wellness resort hiding a 6-person sauna and a 3-person salt chamber. A huge wooden open-air hot water bathtub provides our guests further possibility for relaxation.

Room: 1. -2.
Sauna: 6 person
Salt chamber: 3 person

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The chapel

Story:
Based on our own architectural plan, the chapel was built in 2015.  For the construction we used old wood material then roofed over with traditional wood shingle. The chapel has coffered ceiling painted by István Szász and András Bálint. The stations of the cross are artworks by Tibor Kádár and the beautiful lead glass windows were made by Tibor Bráda.

Room: 1. + gallery

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