The original mountain cottage - Bouda66 (Shed 66) - offers year-round stylish and comfortable accommodation in the heart of the pure nature in eastern Krkonose at an altitude of 960 m a.s.l.
Staying in our more than 200 years old, newly renovated cottage boosts you with energy and gives you a direct contact with nature where you can recharge. The cottage is situated in a meadow, surrounded by endless forests, but a short walk from the historic center of Mala Upa, dominated by the saint Peter and Paul church in Dolni Mala Upa. Almost within a reach is the highest mountain in Czech Republic - Sněžka.
The cottage is also a national cultural heritage, thanks to its unique and rare hayloft dormer. The dormer is specific to this region, and across the globe it can be found only in just a few recent cottages in Mala Upa.
Come to us to relax, to breathe clean mountain air, regenerate your tired senses and gather new strength. You are cordially invited!
Thanks to its location in a very quiet area the cottage is ideal for those seeking peace, tranquility and also a perfect starting point for the ridge hikes.
Bouda66 (The Shed 66)
We offer accommodation in double, triple or quadruple rooms with private bathroom, breakfasts, half boards or without food (with own cooking options). Available is furnished kitchen suitable for easier cooking of own hot meals. However we apologize a classic oven is not available.
|Adults over 15yrs||440,- CZK||490,- CZK|
|Kids under 15yrs||390,- CZK||440,- CZK|
|Adults over 15yrs||95,- CZK||125,- CZK|
|Kids||65,- CZK||95,- CZK|
Drinks menu available in pdf here
In Mala Upa the "Fairytale trail" is waiting for you to be discovered. With ten stations magically surrounded with tales of famous Czech writer, Marie Kubatova, the route is approximately 17 km and hence it is advised to divide the tour into several areas. All fairy tales are translated into English, German and Polish.
From the church towards Cestník, then to the Lysečinska bouda and then down to the right along the blue trail to Dolni Lysečiny. Then follow the marked cycle path to the Červenému kříži (Red Cross), which is located on a long ridge and back to Cestník and the church. You can also ride this cycle path in the opposite direction. From the long ridge you can see Mala Upa and the church at your fingertips.
From Pomezní Boudy go down around Burnt Mill Spálený Mlýn. You can make a short detour here - about 200m long - to Krakonoš - larger than life size statue or to a water-driven Devil mill (Čertuv mlýn). Both attractions are located near the cottage Krakonos that looks like from a fairy tale. You will then return to the road and continue to the turning point to Pec. Here turn right through Velka Upa arrive in Pec pod Sněžkou.
From Pomezní Boudy go down towards the turnoff to Pec pod Sněžkou. The path takes you through the valley of the wild river Mala Upa. At Spálený mlýn (Burnt Mill) turn right on to Janovy boudy (John's shack), located on a picturesque hill Pěnkavčím. Then climb over Portášovy and Sagasserovy Boudy up to Růžohorky. From here you can enjoy beautiful views of the Giant Mountains Krkonoše and vast meadows dotted with traditional cottages.
Take a cyclobus drive to Pomezní shed and go down to the church. From here you turn left towards Cestník, then ride approx. 1 kilometer to Lysečinska bouda and continue through the Horní (Upper) Albeřice, dotted with picturesque cottages along the red trail to the Mravenčí vrch (Ant Hill). You will find yourself at a crossroads Rýchorska. From there you can either take a green trail to Žacléře or blue trail to Trutnov.
It begins at Spálený Mlýn. Go towards Pomezní boudy and at the second turning, turn left over the bridge, continue following the yellow trail. The route will lead you through the beautiful valley of the Deer Brook (Jelení potok). The road after about 3 km veers sharply right up around the museum Šímová cottage. Enjoy spectacular views of Snezka and around from here. Then continue over the hill and Nikl and Seidl mine back to the main road and from there either to Pomezní Boudy or back to Spálený Mlýn.