The Chlum Room is located on the first floor, with an outdoor wooden staircase. It consists of one room with a double bed and two single beds. Extra bed for 1 adult or baby cot. It has a private bathroom with shower and toilet. The windows lead to a quiet atrium.
The Chlum settlement, after which this room is named, was located at the confluence of the Teplá and the Studená Vltava rivers. The village stretched along the road from Volary to Horní Plané and in 1910 included 65 buildings with a total of 478 inhabitants. The village was almost entirely German and was also called "Humwald". The parish belonged to Šenava, today's municipality of Pěkná. There was a mill in the village, but the local population was mainly engaged in the manufacture of toys, pipes and wooden tools. In April 1945, a death march passed through Chlum. After the Second World War, the German minority was expelled from the Prachatice region and the village of Chlum was largely displaced. Today the village of Chlum is partially inhabited, about half of the buildings belong to cottagers.
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