Holiday home for six people in North Bohemia.1/7Holiday in a wooden house
Czech Republic | You’ll find holiday cabins here that are made entirely of wood. We find that it’s the ideal accommodation for exploring the Czech Republic’s beautiful natural landscape.
Per week from USD 210show 59 offers
Apartment for two people in the heart of Prague’s historic quarter.2/7City trip Prague
Prague | With an architectural mosaic from several eras, winding old alleys and countless sights Prague is regarded globally as one of the most beautiful cities. Why not discover this splendid city from a city apartment!
Per week from USD 208show 99 offers
Customers gave this apartment at the Lipno Dam an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 possible points.4/7The best properties in the Czech Republic
You can spend your holiday in the midst of beautiful countryside in the Czech Republic. We’ll show you the holiday homes and apartments with the best reviews here.
Per week from USD 310show 275 offers
XXL holiday home for up to 26 people on a former farm on the edge of the Krkonoše Mountains.5/7Here we all feel at home
Czech Republic | These holiday houses have four or more bedrooms and enable you to travel together with friends and family guaranteeing you a great vacation.
Per week from USD 453show 382 offers
6/7And I can come too
Czech Republic | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from USD 279show 1,215 offers
Luxuriously furnished castle for 16 people with own pool and many other extras.7/7Pool right next door
Czech Republic | Holiday houses with own swimming pool – if roofed – are not only ideal for the summer. Even during the cooler seasons you are able to enjoy refreshing bathing pleasures.
Per week from USD 356show 351 offers
Vacation in a holiday home in the Czech Sudety Mountains
The Sudetes mountains (also called Sudetan or Sudety) are a geographical marvel, stretching from eastern Germany, then continuing along the northern Czech Republic border to finally taper off at south-western Poland. These timeless ranges were referred to as 'Sudeti montes' in Ptolemy's 2nd century classic, Geography, and bear testament to days gone by through their church spires, pealing bells and earnest mountainsfolk going about their daily routine. Popular towns brimming with holiday rentals, holiday apartments and holiday homes include Harrachov, Špindlerův Mlýn, Žacléř and Zittau.
Every peak is marked by its own distinct character and far from being repetitive. The Karakonosze and Stolowe ranges have strange rock forms that can be sighted even from holiday houses. For something gentler, head to the soft lush hills of Gory Orlickie and Gory Bialskie. Those who aren't feeling too adventurous could still enjoy the high altitudes blessed with bright, pleasant sunshine. This is perfect for picnics or lazy days in the sun right outside your holiday apartments!
Things to do
Vacationers can rent holiday homes or even skiing equipment for much cheaper than at other popular ski destinations. The slopes cater to all tastes: there are extremely challenging ones as well as those with gentler and uncrowded inclines. The Sudety Moutains house a number of health spas and nature parks. Rejuvenate and regain lost energies, or indulge in a bout of trekking, biking and swimming during summers. History and art enthusiasts won't feel left out as there are a number of historical towns tucked away in the mountains. Check with the providers of holiday homes and holiday rentals for a list of things to do. Travelers are increasingly looking to book holiday houses in the Sudety Mountains, the perfect location for a vacation in a holiday home.