Payments also possible by invoice.

We are only 9 km away from Český Krumlov!

The restaurant and guesthouse HAMR DÍVČÍ KÁMEN is located in the middle of virgin nature in the heart of the PLA Blanský les in a place that is directly intertwined with history.

Within a radius of 500 meters from the pension, you can visit the amazing ruins of Dívčí Kámen castle, the fortified hillfort of the Celtic village and beautiful views of Kleť. You can walk in the valley of the Křemežské stream along the unique Holubovské snake pines or climb Dívčí Skála and admire the wonderful meander of the Vltava and a view of the castle. You can feed schools of fish from the restaurant deck.

The picturesque Český Krumlov, the South Bohemian village of Holašovice (UNESCO), the cable car to the highest peak of the Blanské les Kleť, the Zlatá Koruna monastery, are within ten kilometers of the pension.

In the summer months, you can make your stay more pleasant by rafting the Vltava or on boats, cycling, swimming in the nearby natural swimming pool or relaxing on the deckchairs on the terrace by the pool. It is in the winter season a large number of groomed crosscountry trails and smaller ski areas in the vicinity.

The atmosphere of the newly and stylishly renovated boarding house and restaurant of the old Hamr is carried in the family spirit. It is run by people who do their work with heart all their lives, work together for a long time and are willing to do a lot for the satisfaction of their guests.

We will gladly issue you an invoice for reimbursement by the employer, from FKSP funds, Benefits, etc.

Accomodation

Single and double room

  • own sanitary facilities
  • TV
  • WIFI connection

Three and four-bed rooms

  • own sanitary facilities
  • TV
  • WIFI connection

Duplex rooms

  • own sanitary facilities
  • TV
  • WiFi connection
  • Suitable for families with children

Review

The history of our hammer

The Hamru building was built around the year 1700 as one of two Hamru houses on the Křemežské stream in the vicinity of Holubov. It was mainly used for the production of tools for the nearby glass factory. The drive shortened the water’s path with an elevation of almost four meters in places of our new path on the west side, then traveled across the yard and returned under the restaurant deck. Around 1900, this waterpowered forge was operationally closed, the mare with the water wheel removed and the water drive buried.

In 1990, Hamr was first opened as a restaurant and guesthouse. It was in operation for 12 years, but after the floods in 2002, operation was interrupted for 10 years. Since 2012, operations have resumed under the auspices of our cocktail bar Karaoke Media, Náměstí Přemysl Otakar II, České Budějovice (since 1993) and the building has been gradually reconstructed.