Casa Mica

[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Want to book Casa Mica? Check our new web site here ‘ title=’Enquire about Casa Mica Booking here on our new web site’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ TARGET=”_blank”] Casa Mica is 7m x 5m, around 100 years old and was originally located in another part of the village. It was moved to it’s current location around 50 years ago. The last person to live in the house was a Nun. She was married at one point but her husband was… a little mad from what we can gather and so she lived in the house for many years on her own. Maria’s mother told us the story of the Nun and said it was always a happy place to visit, full of love and prayer. The Nun (we don’t know her name) used to weave and sew in the room on the left that is now white washed as well as cook and sleep in it. The room on the right was purely for keeping firewood and had an open ceiling to the roof. Watch our video below called ‘The house that Penny Built Part 2’ further down and see Maria’s mum telling the story when she visits the house for the first time in many years. To see a 4 minute video showing you around the inside of the house, watch this When we bought the house and land, it was in a pretty poor condition and falling apart. It took us (OK – Penny and Maria) two summers to restore it. From the outside it still looks as it was originally, except for the new roof. But the inside has been completely renovated and in places is totally new, for example the bathroom and fitted kitchen. [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] The cost of staying in Casa Mica starts from € 40 per night for the whole house and includes ingredients for cooking and house keeping. Casa Mica was finished being restored in September 2011. If you are thinking of coming to stay, I suggest you watch the three videos below as they show how it is now and what went into making the house what it is today. They also give you an insight into our style of doing things. [one_half] Sleeps: 3 (one twin, one bed which doubles as a sofa) Price: from 40 euro per night Breakfast included: fresh eggs, milk, yoghurt and honey (all from Breb); fresh fruit; butter; bread; muesli; tea, coffee, fruit juice Facilities include: Fully equipped kitchen Basic cooking ingredients Kettle Toaster Working fireplace Shower/toilet Hair-dryer Towels Iron Electricity Plug adapters Mobile telephone Wi-fi Freshly laundered bedding with additional blankets House-keeping Check-in: after 2pm Check-out: before 10am If you will be arriving late, please just let us know. [/one_half] [one_half_last] Casa Mica sleeps three adults comfortably. There is a twin room upstairs with a large en suite bathroom and the sofa in the living room is also a bed. You have the whole house to yourself where you can cook dinner in the kitchen/dining room and relax in the living room that has not changed much since it was moved here 50 years ago. The house sits on a private plot along with Casa Veche in the middle of the village of Breb, with a steam running through the property that is within a 5 minute walk of the church and the main bar/shops in the village.[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/one_half_last] [one_third] [addw2p name=”the village hotel”] [/one_third] [two_third_last] Casa Mica Accommodation  (4mins) –  Video showing each room inside of the house. The house that Penny built. Part 1 (10 mins) – Shows what Penny got up to in 2010 when she started renovated Casa Mica and the problems she had getting things done the way she wanted. The house that Penny built. Part 2 ( 1:09 mins) – We pick up the story in May 2011 and follow Penny’s adventures through to The Village Hotel’s first guests arriving. Did she get it all done? If you want to watch this video, I suggest you make a cup of tea and watch it like your watching a TV program as it is over an hour long 🙂 [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/two_third_last] [one_half] casa-mica-living-room [/one_half] [one_half_last] The Living Room is the main living area of the house. Our Nun lived, worked and slept in this one room. The wooden shoes the old lady used to use to power her sewing machine are still sitting on the same shelf where she left them. We have kept many of the original fixtures and fittings and re hung the plates in the same places as they were when we first crow barred our way in through the front door. The walls and beams have been completely restored as you will see in the two videos below. The living room is very bright in the mornings with the sunlight coming through both windows bouncing of the white walls and lighting up the room. There are board games, cards and an ipod station for you to use. The sofa doubles as a bed. Sleeping in front of the wood burning fire can be a very romantic option. There is a modern wood burner in the Living room as you can see in the picture. It will keep you warm as toast on even the coldest days of the year. There is a plentiful supply of wood from our own renewable source of firewood from the 25 hectare of land we have outside the village we are slowly learning to farm. So don’t feel guilty about putting another log on, there is plenty. The bedroom is directly above the living room, so all the heat from this room that escapes rises into the bedroom keeping both rooms warm. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-kitchen [/one_half] [one_half_last]The kitchen/dinner caters for six people. There is a electric oven and four gas hobs allowing you to cook a romantic dinner for two by candlelight or a feast for six. The kitchen is well stocked, with spices, pasta and rice. in fact everything you need to cook a meal minus the veg and any meat you may want. These can be bought locally from the sheppard’s or the shops in Ocnar Sugatag where the local market is every Thursday. The kitchen was originally a room for just keeping firewood with a dirt floor and no ceiling. Penny designed the layout using old oak beams from another house and persuaded the local carpenter to keep the original finish to the wood when building the fitted units. It’s a cosy room with views out over the garden and stream next to the land. The kitchen is just for you to use, so if you rent Casa Mica, you have the house to yourselves! The dining table seats six people and we have cutlery, plates, bowels etc also for six. The plates hanging from the roof beam are from a house originally from Calanesti. The house has been relocated to a zone called Zapode, but as it is up the mountain, we keep the plates and valuables down in the village. There are several small shops in the village based in peoples homes where you can buy supplies for cooking but if you want fresh meat and vegetable you either need to get them from people in the village, we can show you how, or from Ocna, so plan ahead for any meals you wish to cook yourselves. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bedroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The twin bedroom is upstairs and has a bathroom across the hall so if no one is staying in the bed downstairs then the bathroom acts like an en suite. The beds are traditionally made,by Georgi, a talented carpenter who lives in the village, and the mattresses are..brand new and very comfortable. We did have the original straw mattress, but we thought we’d update that bit. The bedroom is simply decorated, again in keeping with the traditional design from around 100 years ago. There are built in shelves ,drawers and a cupboard for your clothes. There are reading lights above each bed and a great view down the garden from the large window making the room bright and cool in the hot summer nights. All the blankets and rugs are locally woven and from Breb. There is a radiator to heat the room in winter if you have not lit a fire in the wood burner directly below the bedroom. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bathroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The bathroom is opposite the bedroom,upstairs.Hand built oak cupboards and shelves provide plenty of places to leave towels , cosmetics etc. The water supply which comes directly from the mountain springs hundreds of meters about the village, is very high pressure so gives us a ‘power shower ‘without the pumps., very eco and more importantly, still works when the electric goes off in the village:) You will find towels, shower gels and soaps already here and a hairdryer. There is an iron and ironing board and Claudia will do all your ironing for you if your briber her in the right way, or just ask nicely. We should mention too,if you need clothes washing, we can provide a laundry service. [/one_half_last] [one_half] You will be welcomed by our neighbors during your stay.Pop in and see how they live their harvest in the summer, milk the cows in the evening and get the loom out for weaving in the winter. People you meet in the village are really friendly and all you need to know is how to say ‘Boona, che fach?(hello ,how are you? ) They will smile and spend the next five minutes telling you exactly how they are and want to know all about you. There is one full time bar in the village,where everyone goes on Sundays after church,which also sells a few stores. There are other shops and bars around the village but they are hidden away in peoples houses, look out for gas bottles outside or a table and bench where workers drop in for a beer at lunchtime and let the pub crawl begin. What ever you want to do when staying in Breb, if your on a romantic weekend away or fancy a bit of luxury on your travels, we hope you will enjoy our hospitality and what Penny, Maria and Nicu have created over the last two years. If you want to make an enquiry for Casa Mica please click on the button here [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’][/one_half] [one_half] To see where Casa Mica is located in the village of Breb, have a look at the map below and zoom out to see that you really will be staying – Somewhere Different [/one_half] [one_half_last] [mappress mapid=”11″ width=”100%”] [/one_half_last]

Casa Mica

[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] Casa Mica is 7m x 5m, around 100 years old and was originally located in another part of the village. It was moved to it’s current location around 50 years ago. The last person to live in the house was a Nun. She was married at one point but her husband was… a little mad from what we can gather and so she lived in the house for many years on her own. Maria’s mother told us the story of the Nun and said it was always a happy place to visit, full of love and prayer. The Nun (we don’t know her name) used to weave and sew in the room on the left that is now white washed as well as cook and sleep in it. The room on the right was purely for keeping firewood and had an open ceiling to the roof. Watch our video below called ‘The house that Penny Built Part 2’ further down and see Maria’s mum telling the story when she visits the house for the first time in many years. To see a 4 minute video showing you around the inside of the house, watch this When we bought the house and land, it was in a pretty poor condition and falling apart. It took us (OK – Penny and Maria) two summers to restore it. From the outside it still looks as it was originally, except for the new roof. But the inside has been completely renovated and in places is totally new, for example the bathroom and fitted kitchen. [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] The cost of staying in Casa Mica starts from € 40 per night for the whole house and includes ingredients for cooking and house keeping. Casa Mica was finished being restored in September 2011. If you are thinking of coming to stay, I suggest you watch the three videos below as they show how it is now and what went into making the house what it is today. They also give you an insight into our style of doing things. [one_half] Sleeps: 3 (one twin, one bed which doubles as a sofa) Price: from 40 euro per night Breakfast included: fresh eggs, milk, yoghurt and honey (all from Breb); fresh fruit; butter; bread; muesli; tea, coffee, fruit juice Facilities include: Fully equipped kitchen Basic cooking ingredients Kettle Toaster Working fireplace Shower/toilet Hair-dryer Towels Iron Electricity Plug adapters Mobile telephone Wi-fi Freshly laundered bedding with additional blankets House-keeping Check-in: after 2pm Check-out: before 10am If you will be arriving late, please just let us know. [/one_half] [one_half_last] Casa Mica sleeps three adults comfortably. There is a twin room upstairs with a large en suite bathroom and the sofa in the living room is also a bed. You have the whole house to yourself where you can cook dinner in the kitchen/dining room and relax in the living room that has not changed much since it was moved here 50 years ago. The house sits on a private plot along with Casa Veche in the middle of the village of Breb, with a steam running through the property that is within a 5 minute walk of the church and the main bar/shops in the village.[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/one_half_last] [one_third] [addw2p name=”the village hotel”] [/one_third] [two_third_last] Casa Mica Accommodation  (4mins) –  Video showing each room inside of the house. The house that Penny built. Part 1 (10 mins) – Shows what Penny got up to in 2010 when she started renovated Casa Mica and the problems she had getting things done the way she wanted. The house that Penny built. Part 2 ( 1:09 mins) – We pick up the story in May 2011 and follow Penny’s adventures through to The Village Hotel’s first guests arriving. Did she get it all done? If you want to watch this video, I suggest you make a cup of tea and watch it like your watching a TV program as it is over an hour long 🙂 [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Check availability here=’Casa Mica booking’ url=’/contact.html?show=3499′] [/two_third_last] [one_half] casa-mica-living-room [/one_half] [one_half_last] The Living Room is the main living area of the house. Our Nun lived, worked and slept in this one room. The wooden shoes the old lady used to use to power her sewing machine are still sitting on the same shelf where she left them. We have kept many of the original fixtures and fittings and re hung the plates in the same places as they were when we first crow barred our way in through the front door. The walls and beams have been completely restored as you will see in the two videos below. The living room is very bright in the mornings with the sunlight coming through both windows bouncing of the white walls and lighting up the room. There are board games, cards and an ipod station for you to use. The sofa doubles as a bed. Sleeping in front of the wood burning fire can be a very romantic option. There is a modern wood burner in the Living room as you can see in the picture. It will keep you warm as toast on even the coldest days of the year. There is a plentiful supply of wood from our own renewable source of firewood from the 25 hectare of land we have outside the village we are slowly learning to farm. So don’t feel guilty about putting another log on, there is plenty. The bedroom is directly above the living room, so all the heat from this room that escapes rises into the bedroom keeping both rooms warm. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-kitchen [/one_half] [one_half_last]The kitchen/dinner caters for six people. There is a electric oven and four gas hobs allowing you to cook a romantic dinner for two by candlelight or a feast for six. The kitchen is well stocked, with spices, pasta and rice. in fact everything you need to cook a meal minus the veg and any meat you may want. These can be bought locally from the sheppard’s or the shops in Ocnar Sugatag where the local market is every Thursday. The kitchen was originally a room for just keeping firewood with a dirt floor and no ceiling. Penny designed the layout using old oak beams from another house and persuaded the local carpenter to keep the original finish to the wood when building the fitted units. It’s a cosy room with views out over the garden and stream next to the land. The kitchen is just for you to use, so if you rent Casa Mica, you have the house to yourselves! The dining table seats six people and we have cutlery, plates, bowels etc also for six. The plates hanging from the roof beam are from a house originally from Calanesti. The house has been relocated to a zone called Zapode, but as it is up the mountain, we keep the plates and valuables down in the village. There are several small shops in the village based in peoples homes where you can buy supplies for cooking but if you want fresh meat and vegetable you either need to get them from people in the village, we can show you how, or from Ocna, so plan ahead for any meals you wish to cook yourselves. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bedroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The twin bedroom is upstairs and has a bathroom across the hall so if no one is staying in the bed downstairs then the bathroom acts like an en suite. The beds are traditionally made,by Georgi, a talented carpenter who lives in the village, and the mattresses are..brand new and very comfortable. We did have the original straw mattress, but we thought we’d update that bit. The bedroom is simply decorated, again in keeping with the traditional design from around 100 years ago. There are built in shelves ,drawers and a cupboard for your clothes. There are reading lights above each bed and a great view down the garden from the large window making the room bright and cool in the hot summer nights. All the blankets and rugs are locally woven and from Breb. There is a radiator to heat the room in winter if you have not lit a fire in the wood burner directly below the bedroom. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bathroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The bathroom is opposite the bedroom,upstairs.Hand built oak cupboards and shelves provide plenty of places to leave towels , cosmetics etc. The water supply which comes directly from the mountain springs hundreds of meters about the village, is very high pressure so gives us a ‘power shower ‘without the pumps., very eco and more importantly, still works when the electric goes off in the village:) You will find towels, shower gels and soaps already here and a hairdryer. There is an iron and ironing board and Claudia will do all your ironing for you if your briber her in the right way, or just ask nicely. We should mention too,if you need clothes washing, we can provide a laundry service. [/one_half_last] [one_half] You will be welcomed by our neighbors during your stay.Pop in and see how they live their harvest in the summer, milk the cows in the evening and get the loom out for weaving in the winter. People you meet in the village are really friendly and all you need to know is how to say ‘Boona, che fach?(hello ,how are you? ) They will smile and spend the next five minutes telling you exactly how they are and want to know all about you. There is one full time bar in the village,where everyone goes on Sundays after church,which also sells a few stores. There are other shops and bars around the village but they are hidden away in peoples houses, look out for gas bottles outside or a table and bench where workers drop in for a beer at lunchtime and let the pub crawl begin. What ever you want to do when staying in Breb, if your on a romantic weekend away or fancy a bit of luxury on your travels, we hope you will enjoy our hospitality and what Penny, Maria and Nicu have created over the last two years. If you want to make an enquiry for Casa Mica please click on the button here [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’][/one_half] [one_half] To see where Casa Mica is located in the village of Breb, have a look at the map below and zoom out to see that you really will be staying – Somewhere Different [/one_half] [one_half_last] [mappress mapid=”11″ width=”100%”] [/one_half_last]

Casa Mica

[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Want to book Casa Mica? Check availability and costs here’ title=’Enquire about Casa Mica Booking here’ url=’/contact.html?show=3499′] Casa Mica is 7m x 5m, around 100 years old and was originally located in another part of the village. It was moved to it’s current location around 50 years ago. The last person to live in the house was a Nun. She was married at one point but her husband was… a little mad from what we can gather and so she lived in the house for many years on her own. Maria’s mother told us the story of the Nun and said it was always a happy place to visit, full of love and prayer. The Nun (we don’t know her name) used to weave and sew in the room on the left that is now white washed as well as cook and sleep in it. The room on the right was purely for keeping firewood and had an open ceiling to the roof. Watch our video below called ‘The house that Penny Built Part 2’ further down and see Maria’s mum telling the story when she visits the house for the first time in many years. To see a 4 minute video showing you around the inside of the house, watch this When we bought the house and land, it was in a pretty poor condition and falling apart. It took us (OK – Penny and Maria) two summers to restore it. From the outside it still looks as it was originally, except for the new roof. But the inside has been completely renovated and in places is totally new, for example the bathroom and fitted kitchen. [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’]The cost of staying in Casa Mica starts from € 40 per night for the whole house and includes ingredients for cooking and house keeping. Casa Mica was finished being restored in September 2011. If you are thinking of coming to stay, I suggest you watch the three videos below as they show how it is now and what went into making the house what it is today. They also give you an insight into our style of doing things. [one_half] Sleeps: 3 (one twin, one bed which doubles as a sofa) Price: from 40 euro per night Breakfast included: fresh eggs, milk, yoghurt and honey (all from Breb); fresh fruit; butter; bread; muesli; tea, coffee, fruit juice Facilities include: Fully equipped kitchen Basic cooking ingredients Kettle Toaster Working fireplace Shower/toilet Hair-dryer Towels Iron Electricity Plug adapters Mobile telephone Wi-fi Freshly laundered bedding with additional blankets House-keeping Check-in: after 2pm Check-out: before 10am If you will be arriving late, please just let us know. [/one_half] [one_half_last] Casa Mica sleeps three adults comfortably. There is a twin room upstairs with a large en suite bathroom and the sofa in the living room is also a bed. You have the whole house to yourself where you can cook dinner in the kitchen/dining room and relax in the living room that has not changed much since it was moved here 50 years ago. The house sits on a private plot along with Casa Veche in the middle of the village of Breb, with a steam running through the property that is within a 5 minute walk of the church and the main bar/shops in the village.[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/one_half_last] [one_third] [addw2p name=”the village hotel”] [/one_third] [two_third_last] Casa Mica Accommodation  (4mins) –  Video showing each room inside of the house. The house that Penny built. Part 1 (10 mins) – Shows what Penny got up to in 2010 when she started renovated Casa Mica and the problems she had getting things done the way she wanted. The house that Penny built. Part 2 ( 1:09 mins) – We pick up the story in May 2011 and follow Penny’s adventures through to The Village Hotel’s first guests arriving. Did she get it all done? If you want to watch this video, I suggest you make a cup of tea and watch it like your watching a TV program as it is over an hour long 🙂 [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/two_third_last] [one_half] casa-mica-living-room [/one_half] [one_half_last] The Living Room is the main living area of the house. Our Nun lived, worked and slept in this one room. The wooden shoes the old lady used to use to power her sewing machine are still sitting on the same shelf where she left them. We have kept many of the original fixtures and fittings and re hung the plates in the same places as they were when we first crow barred our way in through the front door. The walls and beams have been completely restored as you will see in the two videos below. The living room is very bright in the mornings with the sunlight coming through both windows bouncing of the white walls and lighting up the room. There are board games, cards and an ipod station for you to use. The sofa doubles as a bed. Sleeping in front of the wood burning fire can be a very romantic option. There is a modern wood burner in the Living room as you can see in the picture. It will keep you warm as toast on even the coldest days of the year. There is a plentiful supply of wood from our own renewable source of firewood from the 25 hectare of land we have outside the village we are slowly learning to farm. So don’t feel guilty about putting another log on, there is plenty. The bedroom is directly above the living room, so all the heat from this room that escapes rises into the bedroom keeping both rooms warm. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-kitchen [/one_half] [one_half_last]The kitchen/dinner caters for six people. There is a electric oven and four gas hobs allowing you to cook a romantic dinner for two by candlelight or a feast for six. The kitchen is well stocked, with spices, pasta and rice. in fact everything you need to cook a meal minus the veg and any meat you may want. These can be bought locally from the sheppard’s or the shops in Ocnar Sugatag where the local market is every Thursday. The kitchen was originally a room for just keeping firewood with a dirt floor and no ceiling. Penny designed the layout using old oak beams from another house and persuaded the local carpenter to keep the original finish to the wood when building the fitted units. It’s a cosy room with views out over the garden and stream next to the land. The kitchen is just for you to use, so if you rent Casa Mica, you have the house to yourselves! The dining table seats six people and we have cutlery, plates, bowels etc also for six. The plates hanging from the roof beam are from a house originally from Calanesti. The house has been relocated to a zone called Zapode, but as it is up the mountain, we keep the plates and valuables down in the village. There are several small shops in the village based in peoples homes where you can buy supplies for cooking but if you want fresh meat and vegetable you either need to get them from people in the village, we can show you how, or from Ocna, so plan ahead for any meals you wish to cook yourselves. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bedroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The twin bedroom is upstairs and has a bathroom across the hall so if no one is staying in the bed downstairs then the bathroom acts like an en suite. The beds are traditionally made,by Georgi, a talented carpenter who lives in the village, and the mattresses are..brand new and very comfortable. We did have the original straw mattress, but we thought we’d update that bit. The bedroom is simply decorated, again in keeping with the traditional design from around 100 years ago. There are built in shelves ,drawers and a cupboard for your clothes. There are reading lights above each bed and a great view down the garden from the large window making the room bright and cool in the hot summer nights. All the blankets and rugs are locally woven and from Breb. There is a radiator to heat the room in winter if you have not lit a fire in the wood burner directly below the bedroom. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bathroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The bathroom is opposite the bedroom,upstairs.Hand built oak cupboards and shelves provide plenty of places to leave towels , cosmetics etc. The water supply which comes directly from the mountain springs hundreds of meters about the village, is very high pressure so gives us a ‘power shower ‘without the pumps., very eco and more importantly, still works when the electric goes off in the village:) You will find towels, shower gels and soaps already here and a hairdryer. There is an iron and ironing board and Claudia will do all your ironing for you if your briber her in the right way, or just ask nicely. We should mention too,if you need clothes washing, we can provide a laundry service. [/one_half_last] [one_half] You will be welcomed by our neighbors during your stay.Pop in and see how they live their harvest in the summer, milk the cows in the evening and get the loom out for weaving in the winter. People you meet in the village are really friendly and all you need to know is how to say ‘Boona, che fach?(hello ,how are you? ) They will smile and spend the next five minutes telling you exactly how they are and want to know all about you. There is one full time bar in the village,where everyone goes on Sundays after church,which also sells a few stores. There are other shops and bars around the village but they are hidden away in peoples houses, look out for gas bottles outside or a table and bench where workers drop in for a beer at lunchtime and let the pub crawl begin. What ever you want to do when staying in Breb, if your on a romantic weekend away or fancy a bit of luxury on your travels, we hope you will enjoy our hospitality and what Penny, Maria and Nicu have created over the last two years. If you want to make an enquiry for Casa Mica please click on the button here [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’][/one_half] [one_half] To see where Casa Mica is located in the village of Breb, have a look at the map below and zoom out to see that you really will be staying – Somewhere Different [/one_half] [one_half_last] [mappress mapid=”11″ width=”100%”] [/one_half_last]

Casa Mica

[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] Casa Mica ist 7m x 5m groß, etwa 100 Jahre alt und befand sich ursprünglich in einem anderen Teil des Ortes. Das Haus wurde vor etwa 50 Jahren an die heutige Stelle verlegt. Zuletzt hat hier eine Nonne gelebt. Sie war zwar verheiratet, aber ihr Mann war wohl geistig verwirrt, weshalb sie jahrelang alleine in dem Haus lebte. Marias Mutter hat uns die Geschichte der Nonne erzählt und gesagt, dass es immer ein netter Ort für einen Besuch war, ein Ort erfüllt von Liebe und Gebet. Die Nonne, deren Namen wir leider nicht kennen, hat oft in dem linken Raum, der nun weiß getüncht ist, gewebt und genäht und sie hat auch darin gekocht und geschlafen. Der rechte Raum wurde lediglich zur Aufbewahrung von Feuerholz genutzt und hatte keine Zimmerdecke, sondern ging bis unter das Dach. Schauen Sie sich hierzu weiter unten unser Video ‘The house that Penny Built Part 2’ an und sehen Sie, wie Marias Mutter die Geschichte der Nonnen erzählt als sie das Haus seit vielen Jahren erstmalig wieder betritt. Um das Innere des Hauses virtuell zu besichtigen, klicken Sie bitte auf das nächste Video Als wir das Haus und das dazugehörige Land gekauft haben, war es in sehr schlechtem Zustand und ziemlich baufällig. Wir (OK – Penny und Maria) haben zwei Sommer gebraucht, um es wieder instand zu setzen. Von Außen hat es noch sein ursprüngliches Aussehen – mit Außnahme des Daches. Aber die Innenräume wurden vollständig renoviert und manche Dinge, wie etwa das Bad und die eingepasste Küche sind völlig neu. [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] Die Mietkosten für das Haus Casa Mica beginnen bei € 40 pro Nacht und beinhalten die Miete des gesamten Hauses und außerdem die von uns bereitgestellten Lebensmittel und Küchenutensilien. Die Instandsetzung von Casa Mica wurde im September 2011 fertiggestellt. Wenn Sie über einen Aufenthalt bei uns nachdenken, empfehle ich Ihnen die folgenden drei Videos. Denn diese zeigen, das heutige Aussehen des Hauses, sowie den Aufwand und die Materialien die nötig waren, um das Haus zu dem zu machen, was es heute ist. Sie geben Ihnen außerdem einen Einblick in unsere Arbeitsweise. [one_half] Schlafmöglichkeiten: 3 (ein Doppelzimmer und ein Bett im Wohnraum, dass gleichzeitig als Sofa genutzt wird) Preis: ab 40 Euro pro Nacht Frühstück inklusive: frische Eier, Milch, Joghurt und Honig (alles aus Breb); frisches Obst, Butter, frisches Obst, Butter, Brot, Müsli, Tee, Kaffee, Fruchtsäfte Vorhandene Einrichtung und Service: Einbauküche und Küchenutensilien Die wichtigsten Kochzutaten Töpfe Toaster Offene Feuerstelle Dusche und Toilette Föhn Handtücher Bügeleisen Strom Adapterstecker Schnurloses Telefon W-Lan Frisches Bettzeug und zusätzliche Bezüge Reinigung Check-in: nach 14:00 Uhr Check-out: bevor 10:00 Uhr Bitte geben Sie uns bei verspäteter Ankunft Bescheid. [/one_half] [one_half_last] In Casa Mica können bequem drei Erwachsene übernachten. Oben gibt es ein Doppelzimmer mit zwei Einzelbetten und direkt gegenüber befindet sich ein Badezimmer. Das Sofa im Wohnzimmer kann ebenfalls als Bett genutzt werden. Sie haben das gesamte Haus für sich und können im Esszimmer mit offener Küche kochen oder es sich im Wohnzimmer – welches sich kaum verändert hat, seit das Haus vor 50 Jahren hierher verlegt wurde – gemütlich machen. Das Haus befindet sich auf einem Privatgrundstück neben Casa Veche, mitten im Ort Breb. Es fließt ein kleiner Bach quer über das Grundstück und man braucht nur 5 Minuten zu Fuß zur Kirche und zu den kleinen Läden mit dazugehörigen Bars. [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/one_half_last] [one_third] [addw2p name=”the village hotel”] [/one_third] [two_third_last] Ferienhaus Casa Mica   (4min.) –  Dieses Video führt durch alle Räume des Hauses. Das Haus, das Penny gebaut hat. Teil 1 (10 min.) – Zeigt, was Penny im Jahr 2010 vorfand, als sie mit der Renovierung von Casa Mica begann und die Schwierigkeiten bei der Umsetzung ihrer konkreten Vorstellungen und Ideen. Das Haus, das Penny gebaut hat. Teil 2 ( 1:09 min.) – Wir nehmen den Faden im Jahr 2011 wieder auf und folgen Pennys Abenteuern bis zur Ankunft der ersten Gäste. Hat sie alles rechtzeitig fertiggestellt? Ich empfehle Ihnen, sich eine Tasse Tee zu machen um dieses Video anzuschauen, da es über eine Stunde lang ist 🙂 [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Check availability here=’Casa Mica booking’ url=’/contact.html?show=3499′] [/two_third_last] [one_half] casa-mica-living-room [/one_half] [one_half_last] Das Wohnzimmer ist der wichtigste Raum des Hauses. Die Nonne hat in diesem einzelnen Raum gelebt, gearbeitet und geschlafen. Die Holzschuhe, welche die Nonne getragen hat um die Webmaschine anzukurbeln, stehen noch immer auf dem Regal auf dem sie diese zurückgelassen hat. Wir haben viele der ursprünglichen Einrichtungsgegenstände wiederverwendet und auch die bemalten Teller wieder dort aufgehängt, wo sie sich befanden als wir zum ersten Mal freudig überrascht durch die verriegelte Eingangstüre getreten sind. Wie man in den folgenden beiden Videos sehen kann, wurden die Wände und das Balkenwerk vollständig renoviert. Morgens ist das Wohnzimmer sehr hell, wenn das Sonnenlicht durch beide Fenster scheint, von den weißen Wänden zurückstrahlt und so den Raum durchflutet. Es stehen Brett- und Kartenspiele, sowie eine iPod Station zu Ihrer freien Verfügung. Das Sofa kann auch als Bett genutzt werden – vor dem offenen Kamin zu schlafen, kann eine sehr romantische Variante sein. Wie man auf dem Bild sieht, gibt es einen modernen Holzofen im Wohnzimmer. Dieser wird Sie selbst an den kältesten Tagen des Jahres wohlig warm halten. Es ist genügend Holz vorrätig, da wir mit unseren 25 Hektar Land außerhalb des Ortes eine nachwachsende Quelle besitzen. Wir lernen langsam wie man Land bewirtschaftet. Fühlen Sie sich also nicht schuldig, wenn sie weitere Holzscheite auflegen, es gibt genügend Nachschub. Das Schlafzimmer befindet sich direkt über dem Wohnzimmer und die Hitze, die aus dem unteren Raum entweicht, steigt nach oben und hält somit beide Räume warm. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-kitchen [/one_half] [one_half_last]Die Küche ist für sechs Personen ausgerichtet. Es gibt einen elektrischen Ofen und vier Gasplatten, die es einem ermöglichen entweder ein romantisches Candlelight-Dinner für zwei Personen zu kochen oder auch ein Festmahl für eine sechsköpfige Gruppe. Die Küche verfügt über einen großen Vorrat an Gewürzen, Nudeln und Reis – eigentlich allem was man benötigt, um ein Essen zu kochen, außer dem Gemüse und dem Fleisch, das sie vielleicht noch zusätzlich verwenden möchten. Letzteres kann vor Ort direkt beim Bauern, in den Läden in Ocnar Sugatag oder auf dem dortigen Donnerstagsmarkt gekauft werden. Die Küche war ursprünglich lediglich ein Raum zur Aufbwahrung von Feuerholz, mit einem Erdboden und ohne Zimmerdecke. Penny hat bei dem Design der Raumausstattung alte Eichenbalken von einem anderen Haus verwendet und den Schreiner davon überzeugt, die ursprüngliche Appretur des Holzes bei der Herstellung der eingepassten Bauelemente unverändert zu lassen. Die Küche ist ein gemütlicher Raum mit Blick auf den Garten und den Bach. Die Küche und das gesamte Haus stehen zu Ihrer alleinigen Nutzung zur Verfügung wenn Sie Casa Mica mieten! Es haben sechs Personen am Esstisch Platz und es sind auch Besteck, Teller, Schalen, etc. für diese Personenzahl vorhanden. Die Teller, die am Deckenbalken hängen stammen aus einem Haus, das sich ursprünglich in Calanesti befand. Das Haus wurde in ein Gebiet namens Zapode verlegt, aber da sich dieses auf dem Berg befindet, verwenden wir die Teller und Wertgegenstände unten im Ort. Es gibt ein paar kleine Läden im Ort, die sich in den Wohnhäusern der Dorfbewohner befinden und in denen man angelieferte Kochzutaten kaufen kann, aber wenn Sie frisches Fleisch und Gemüse möchten, ist es besser dieses entweder direkt von den Bauern zu kaufen – wir zeigen Ihnen gerne wie – oder in Ocna. Also sollten Sie selbstgekochte Mahlzeiten am besten im Voraus planen. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bedroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] Das Zweibettzimmer befindet sich oben und direkt gegenüber gibt es ein Badezimmer. Georgi, unser talentierter Schreiner aus dem Dorf, hat die Betten im traditionellen Stil angefertigt und die Matratzen sind neu und sehr bequem. Die alten Strohmatratzen waren noch vorhanden, aber wir hielten es für besser das etwas zu “modernsieren”… Das Schlafzimmer ist einfach dekoriert, ebenfalls im Einklang mit dem etwa 100 Jahre alten, traditionellen Stil. Es gibt Einbauregale, Schubfächer und ein Kleiderschrank. Außerdem sind über beiden Betten Leselampen angebracht und man hat einen wunderschönen Blick auf den Garten von dem großen Fenster, das den Raum hell und freundlich macht und in warmen Sommernächten kühle Luft hereinläßt. Alle Decken und Teppichvorleger sind in Breb gewebt worden. Es gibt eine Heizung um im Winter den Raum zu wärmen, falls Sie im Holzofen direkt under dem Schlafzimmer kein Feuer gemacht haben. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bathroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] Das Badezimmer befindet sich direkt gegenüber des Schlafzimmers im ersten Stock. Handgezimmerte Eichenschränke und Regale bieten viel Platz für Handtücher, Kosmetika, etc. Die Wasserzufuhr kommt direkt aus den Bergen 100 Meter oberhalb des Ortes und ist somit unter starkem Druck, weshalb man sich auch ohne Pumpen einer kräftigenden und vitalisierenden Dusche erfreuen kann. Dies ist nicht nur ökologisch wertvoll, sondern was noch wichtiger ist: es funktioniert auch noch, wenn es im Ort einen Stromausfall gibt 🙂 Handtücher, Duschgel, Seife und ein Föhn sind bereits vorhanden. Es gibt außerdem ein Bügeleisen und ein Bügelbrett und Claudia wird sich gerne ihrer Wäsche annehmen, wenn Sie etwas haben um sie zu bestechen oder einfach nur nett fragen. Auch einen Waschservice können wir gerne für Sie einrichten, wenn Sie Kleidung waschen müssen. [/one_half_last] [one_half] Ihre Nachbarn heißen Sie während Ihres Aufenthaltes gerne willkommen. Klopfen Sie einfach an und sehen Sie wie sie im Sommer Ihrer Ernte nachkommen, abends ihre Kühe melken und die Webmaschine für den Winter bereitstellen. Die Leute im Ort sind sehr freundliche und wenn Sie auch nur ‘Boona, che fach?(Hallo, wie geht es Ihnen? ) sagen können, werden Sie ein Lächeln ernten und sie werden Ihnen die nächsten fünf Minuten lang erzählen wie es ihnen geht und alles über Sie erfahren wollen. Es gibt eine richtige Bar im Ort, die auch ein paar Lebensmittel anbietet und in die alle Dorfbewohner sonntags nach der Kirche gehen.Es gibt auch noch andere Geschäfte und Bars im Ort – halten Sie einfach Ausschau nach Gasflaschen oder Tischen mit Bänken an denen sich mittags Arbeiter für ein Bier niederlassen und die Bartour kann beginnen. Ob Sie nun ein romantisches Wochenende in Breb verbringen wollen oder ein wenig Luxus auf Ihren Reisen mögen – wir hoffen, dass Sie sich unserer Gastfreundschaft dem was von Penny, Maria und Nicu in den letzten zwei Jahren erschaffen haben, erfreuen werden. Bitte klicken Sie hier, wenn Sie Casa Mica buchen möchten [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’][/one_half] [one_half] Werfen Sie einen Blick auf untenstehende Karte, um zu sehen wo in Breb sich Casa Mica befindet und dass Sie wirklich “irgendwo” und an einem “andersartigen” Ort untergebracht sein werden… eben “somwhere different” [/one_half] [one_half_last] [mappress mapid=”11″ width=”100%”] [/one_half_last]

Casa Mica

[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Want to book Casa Mica? Check availability and costs here’ title=’Enquire about Casa Mica Booking here’ url=’/contact.html?show=3499′] Casa Mica is 7m x 5m, around 100 years old and was originally located in another part of the village. It was moved to it’s current location around 50 years ago. The last person to live in the house was a Nun. She was married at one point but her husband was… a little mad from what we can gather and so she lived in the house for many years on her own. Maria’s mother told us the story of the Nun and said it was always a happy place to visit, full of love and prayer. The Nun (we don’t know her name) used to weave and sew in the room on the left that is now white washed as well as cook and sleep in it. The room on the right was purely for keeping firewood and had an open ceiling to the roof. Watch our video below called ‘The house that Penny Built Part 2’ further down and see Maria’s mum telling the story when she visits the house for the first time in many years. To see a 4 minute video showing you around the inside of the house, watch this When we bought the house and land, it was in a pretty poor condition and falling apart. It took us (OK – Penny and Maria) two summers to restore it. From the outside it still looks as it was originally, except for the new roof. But the inside has been completely renovated and in places is totally new, for example the bathroom and fitted kitchen. [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] The cost of staying in Casa Mica starts from € 40 per night for the whole house and includes ingredients for cooking and house keeping. Casa Mica was finished being restored in September 2011. If you are thinking of coming to stay, I suggest you watch the three videos below as they show how it is now and what went into making the house what it is today. They also give you an insight into our style of doing things. [one_half] Sleeps: 3 (one twin, one bed which doubles as a sofa) Price: from 40 euro per night Breakfast included: fresh eggs, milk, yoghurt and honey (all from Breb); fresh fruit; butter; bread; muesli; tea, coffee, fruit juice Facilities include: Fully equipped kitchen Basic cooking ingredients Kettle Toaster Working fireplace Shower/toilet Hair-dryer Towels Iron Electricity Plug adapters Mobile telephone Wi-fi Freshly laundered bedding with additional blankets House-keeping Check-in: after 2pm Check-out: before 10am If you will be arriving late, please just let us know. [/one_half] [one_half_last] Casa Mica sleeps three adults comfortably. There is a twin room upstairs with a large en suite bathroom and the sofa in the living room is also a bed. You have the whole house to yourself where you can cook dinner in the kitchen/dining room and relax in the living room that has not changed much since it was moved here 50 years ago. The house sits on a private plot along with Casa Veche in the middle of the village of Breb, with a steam running through the property that is within a 5 minute walk of the church and the main bar/shops in the village.[custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/one_half_last] [one_third] [addw2p name=”the village hotel”] [/one_third] [two_third_last] Casa Mica Accommodation  (4mins) –  Video showing each room inside of the house. The house that Penny built. Part 1 (10 mins) – Shows what Penny got up to in 2010 when she started renovated Casa Mica and the problems she had getting things done the way she wanted. The house that Penny built. Part 2 ( 1:09 mins) – We pick up the story in May 2011 and follow Penny’s adventures through to The Village Hotel’s first guests arriving. Did she get it all done? If you want to watch this video, I suggest you make a cup of tea and watch it like your watching a TV program as it is over an hour long 🙂 [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Make an enquiry for Casa Mica on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/accommodation-breb-maramures/casa-mica/’ target=”_blank’] [/two_third_last] [one_half] casa-mica-living-room [/one_half] [one_half_last] The Living Room is the main living area of the house. Our Nun lived, worked and slept in this one room. The wooden shoes the old lady used to use to power her sewing machine are still sitting on the same shelf where she left them. We have kept many of the original fixtures and fittings and re hung the plates in the same places as they were when we first crow barred our way in through the front door. The walls and beams have been completely restored as you will see in the two videos below. The living room is very bright in the mornings with the sunlight coming through both windows bouncing of the white walls and lighting up the room. There are board games, cards and an ipod station for you to use. The sofa doubles as a bed. Sleeping in front of the wood burning fire can be a very romantic option. There is a modern wood burner in the Living room as you can see in the picture. It will keep you warm as toast on even the coldest days of the year. There is a plentiful supply of wood from our own renewable source of firewood from the 25 hectare of land we have outside the village we are slowly learning to farm. So don’t feel guilty about putting another log on, there is plenty. The bedroom is directly above the living room, so all the heat from this room that escapes rises into the bedroom keeping both rooms warm. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-kitchen [/one_half] [one_half_last]The kitchen/dinner caters for six people. There is a electric oven and four gas hobs allowing you to cook a romantic dinner for two by candlelight or a feast for six. The kitchen is well stocked, with spices, pasta and rice. in fact everything you need to cook a meal minus the veg and any meat you may want. These can be bought locally from the sheppard’s or the shops in Ocnar Sugatag where the local market is every Thursday. The kitchen was originally a room for just keeping firewood with a dirt floor and no ceiling. Penny designed the layout using old oak beams from another house and persuaded the local carpenter to keep the original finish to the wood when building the fitted units. It’s a cosy room with views out over the garden and stream next to the land. The kitchen is just for you to use, so if you rent Casa Mica, you have the house to yourselves! The dining table seats six people and we have cutlery, plates, bowels etc also for six. The plates hanging from the roof beam are from a house originally from Calanesti. The house has been relocated to a zone called Zapode, but as it is up the mountain, we keep the plates and valuables down in the village. There are several small shops in the village based in peoples homes where you can buy supplies for cooking but if you want fresh meat and vegetable you either need to get them from people in the village, we can show you how, or from Ocna, so plan ahead for any meals you wish to cook yourselves. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bedroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The twin bedroom is upstairs and has a bathroom across the hall so if no one is staying in the bed downstairs then the bathroom acts like an en suite. The beds are traditionally made,by Georgi, a talented carpenter who lives in the village, and the mattresses are..brand new and very comfortable. We did have the original straw mattress, but we thought we’d update that bit. The bedroom is simply decorated, again in keeping with the traditional design from around 100 years ago. There are built in shelves ,drawers and a cupboard for your clothes. There are reading lights above each bed and a great view down the garden from the large window making the room bright and cool in the hot summer nights. All the blankets and rugs are locally woven and from Breb. There is a radiator to heat the room in winter if you have not lit a fire in the wood burner directly below the bedroom. [/one_half_last] [one_half] casa-mica-bathroom [/one_half] [one_half_last] The bathroom is opposite the bedroom,upstairs.Hand built oak cupboards and shelves provide plenty of places to leave towels , cosmetics etc. The water supply which comes directly from the mountain springs hundreds of meters about the village, is very high pressure so gives us a ‘power shower ‘without the pumps., very eco and more importantly, still works when the electric goes off in the village:) You will find towels, shower gels and soaps already here and a hairdryer. There is an iron and ironing board and Claudia will do all your ironing for you if your briber her in the right way, or just ask nicely. We should mention too,if you need clothes washing, we can provide a laundry service. [/one_half_last] [one_half] You will be welcomed by our neighbors during your stay.Pop in and see how they live their harvest in the summer, milk the cows in the evening and get the loom out for weaving in the winter. People you meet in the village are really friendly and all you need to know is how to say ‘Boona, che fach?(hello ,how are you? ) They will smile and spend the next five minutes telling you exactly how they are and want to know all about you. There is one full time bar in the village,where everyone goes on Sundays after church,which also sells a few stores. There are other shops and bars around the village but they are hidden away in peoples houses, look out for gas bottles outside or a table and bench where workers drop in for a beer at lunchtime and let the pub crawl begin. What ever you want to do when staying in Breb, if your on a romantic weekend away or fancy a bit of luxury on your travels, we hope you will enjoy our hospitality and what Penny, Maria and Nicu have created over the last two years. If you want to make an enquiry for Casa Mica please click on the button here [custom_button style=’light’ size=’large’ bg_color=’#006633′ text_color=’#FFFFFF’ align=’left’ text=’Check availability for all our accommodation on our new web site www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ title=’www.villagehotelmaramures.com’ url=’http://www.villagehotelmaramures.com/availability/ ‘ target=”_blank’][/one_half] [one_half] To see where Casa Mica is located in the village of Breb, have a look at the map below and zoom out to see that you really will be staying – Somewhere Different [/one_half] [one_half_last] [mappress mapid=”11″ width=”100%”] [/one_half_last]

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