THE DONKEY FARM is situated on the outskirts of the small, dreamy village of Cund / Reussdorf, 12 km from the town of Dumbraveni (between Medias and Sighisoara) in the midst of magnificent hillsides. Here our donkeys live – apart from a few sheep, goats and dogs – and from here start our donkey hikes. An ideal place for (large and tiny) people who would like to spend their holidays in beautiful nature together with animals.
The guest house has a large living room which you can use together with other guests and a nice, enclosed and in summer wonderfully shaded garden with a covered seating area and barbecue.
The apartment 1 is a closed living area with its own entrance, consisting of a bedroom (2 single beds, sofa bed), a living area with large sofa bed and – on request – third sleeping possibility. Thus, it accommodates up to six people. The bathroom is equipped with a shower, toilet and wash basin. A tiled stove and another stove guarantee cozy warmth even on cooler days.
The owner speaks English and German and is available for questions or excursion tips. On request, you will be provided each morning with fresh food from the village in the form of a breakfast package (please reserve in advance).).
In addition to the enclosed living area, you can use the cozy and fully equipped kitchen with other guests.
The garden is also available for guests' use. The animals (donkeys, horses, sheep, goats, dogs) are next door.
In this guest house is only this one apartment, kitchen and outdoor area but share with other guests.
- Küche und Garten nutzen auch Tagesgäste
Ovaj domaćin ima 72 recenzije za druge smještaje.Prikaži druge recenzije
Geboren 1965 in Braunau, Östereich. Seit 2002 bereise ich regelmässig Rumänien. Seit dem Jahr 2008 lebe ich einen grossen Teil meiner Zeit hier. Ich organisiere Rumänienreisen, ich renoviere und vermiete ländliche Ferienhäuser in Rumänien, betreibe eine kleine Obstfarm, liebe meine Esel, Pferd, Hunde, Ziegen und Schafe, freue mich, Menschen aus aller Welt zu treffen.
Lebensmotto? stay punk, stay free, stay gipsy!