Number of beds
Double bed
Single bed
Sofa bed
Baby cot
1st floor

The Cazov Room is located on the first floor and has an internal staircase. It consists of a hallway and a bedroom with a double bed and another single bed. The room has a private bathroom with shower and toilet. The windows lead to a quiet atrium.

In 1727, Prince Adam František of Schwarzenberg allowed further construction of settlements in the Vimperk estate. Such settlements were also Horní and Dolní Cazov. The land for these new settlements was surveyed by the important princely surveyor Petr Kašpar Světecký. A few years later, the first houses began to grow on the right bank of the river Řasnice - the settlement of Dolní Cazov. In 1875, a chapel of the Virgin Mary with a beautiful octagonal ground plan was built in Dolní Cazov. The village of Dolní Cazov consisted of timbered buildings similar to the Bavarian ones. In 1930 the village of Dolní Cazov had 25 houses with a total of 134 inhabitants. After the Second World War and after the displacement of the German inhabitants, the village of Dolní Cazov was inhabited for a short time. In 1951 the Iron Curtain was established along the state border, the inhabitants were evicted and the village was demolished. On 31 May 1955, a convoy of cars arrived at the site. The arriving men unloaded a load of barrels of petrol, which they poured over the chapel and the surrounding farm buildings and set fire to everything. The neighbouring village of Horní Cazov also suffered a similar fate to that of Dolní Cazov.

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