The property has 7 double rooms with en-suite bathrooms in three heritage cottages, each with their own terraces. A fourth building has a drawing room / dining area with a large open fire place and a comfortable sitting area on a landing above the kitchen. There are also outside benches and tables, deck chairs and hammocks in the garden, as well as a breakfast barn with a large bread-oven.
The Prince's Cottage features the Prince's room, the Butler's room and Aunt Ida's room.
The Lower Cottage and the Stream Cottage have 2 rooms each, similar in size. Both cottages have outside sitting areas.
The property has 3 categories of rooms:
The Prince's room and the Butler's room (supplement 10 EUR / person)
These rooms are slightly larger (20 – 25 m2) with elaborate, antique furniture and textiles. They have double / twin beds and a bathtub.
Rooms in the Stream Cottage and the Lower Cottage
These rooms are of vernacular charm (14 – 18 m2). They have double or twin beds and showers.
Aunt Ida's room (no single supplement)
This is a tiny (12 m2) yet cosy and very special vernacular room in the Prince's Cottage with a traditional Transylvanian 'drawer bed' (a two-storey bed of which the lower part can be pulled out as an open drawer) and a shower. It is ideal for single travellers, but can also accommodate two persons.
All rooms are equipped with sitting area, table, wardrobe, hand woven woollen carpets from our own workshop, reading lamps; coffee, tea and mineral water; duvet bed covers, hair dryer, toiletries, safe, books, writing paper and umbrellas. Heating is provided by central heating and / or wood burning ceramic tile stoves in the rooms. Children's cots can be added to most rooms. Tap water is sourced from the property's own springs.
The Prince of Wales hopes that his guesthouse will encourage more people to visit Transylvania and in this way promote sustainable development. Proceeds from the guesthouse go to The Prince of Wales Foundation in Romania, member of The Prince's Charities.