In 1899, in the village of Seidorf at an altitude of 670 meters above sea level, an exclusive resort was founded - Hotel Hainbergshöh (German: Peak of the Grove Mountain). This impressive facility, located on the Kazalnica hill, surrounded by forests and mountain peaks, offered its guests a relaxing holiday and a magnificent view of the local area.
Guests enjoyed functional and comfortably furnished rooms, a high-class restaurant, green areas with a relaxation area, and ski and toboggan facilities for active visitors. Advertisements in local newspapers encouraged guests to visit, offering them electricity, central heating, and independent bathrooms. Guests could also send mail and short telegraphs.
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The majestic hotel grew in popularity over time - it became an established, incredibly trendy resort for the wealthier citizens of the cities and neighbouring states. It attracted many local government officials, industrialists, and influential politicians.
The intimate Hotel Seidorf *****, set amidst forests, is a new luxury retreat in the heart of the Karkonosze Mountains. It was founded out of the exclusive Hainbergshöh Hotel that existed decades ago. The building was restored years later with great care and respect for the history and architecture of the region. A grand opening ceremony took place in the spring of 2021. Since then, Hotel Seidorf has been gaining attention and recognition among guests.
Hotel Seidorf Attractions
Hotel Seidorf's wide range of activities ***** provides the opportunity to rent tennis and badminton equipment, Nordic walking poles, and Völkl skis in the winter season. Guests can also use the reading room in the Library or play a game of billiards in the Billiard Room at any time. The unique location in the heart of the Karkonosze Mountains encourages guests to enjoy the benefits of proximity to nature. The surroundings of Hotel Seidorf ***** abound in various attractions. Take a walk to the St. Anne's Chapel or the Valley of Palaces and Gardens. We also recommend the nearby mountain trails and the Olbrzymy (Giants) singletracks.