Room Ceske Zleby is located on the ground floor. It consists of a hallway and a bedroom with a double bed and a single bed. There is a possibility of an extra bed for 1 adult or a baby cot. It has a private bathroom with shower and toilet. The windows lead to the garden.
The room was named after the historic settlement of České Žleby. The first written references to this village on the Golden Trail date back to the beginning of the 18th century. According to them, the settlement was founded by Prince Jan Křišt'an Eggenberg and was originally called Česká Koryta or České Trouby. It was named after the hollowed-out troughs, the gutters where the soumars travelling along the Golden Trail used to drink. In 1791 the Church of St. Anne was built here, which was demolished in 1965 together with two chapels. The village was also home to the famous Washington Hotel. After the removal of the predominantly German population in 1945-1946 and the establishment of the border zone, the village became one of the most remote settlements in Sumava. The surrounding villages were not reoccupied, and at this time they effectively disappeared.
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