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    Unglerus Medieval Resort

    If the idea of medieval time-travel has ever appealed to you, one of the closest experiences you can have is to visit the authentic village of Biertan, a designated Unesco World Heritage Site. A visit to this quaint village, set amidst lush farmland and green rolling hills, will give you a taste of the medieval era.

    Our elegant accommodation consists of 3 Pensions of three and four marguerites, which have been fully renovated to the highest standards in keeping with the local architecture.

    The medieval restaurant is build in a 17th century building that is part of the fortified church of Biertan.

    We have also prepared for you a variety of options for leisure time.

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    The two Unglerus apartments of approximately 62 sqm each, are distinguished primarily by the authentic medieval atmosphere offered by a number of factors such as high ceilings, tasteful saxon restored old wooden furniture, wrought iron canopy beds, vases, linens and chandeliers in the same tone and, not least, paintings with local landscapes and medieval scenes, performed by artists from around the country at painting camps organized by Unglerus medieval complex.The apartment who consists of two separate rooms and an ensuite bathroom welcomes you with a large living room with large windows. In this room you can enjoy a leather sofa on which can sleep up to two children. Here you also have an office or a desk. From the living room you go straight into the bedroom with king bed, where besides the atmosphere described above, you can also enjoy modern amenities such as: flatscreen TV, DVD player, refrigerator, free WI FI, bathroom with tub or shower.We necessarily have to mention the terrace with various layout options and also the orchard garden, ideal for walking, relaxing or photographed.Allow yourself such an accommodation so that what gives Biertan may be full!

    This type of accommodation of about 45 sqm opens with an large entrance hall. From here there is access to both the spacious bathroom with bath tub or shower as well as in the chamber with two separate beds which welcomes you with a generous space, brightness, elegance and good taste. To the arrangement of these houses we used the same components and decorations (Saxon furniture, wrought iron, etc.) that enhances the quality and overall style of the building. For families with a child we can provide an extra bed.

    This type of accommodation is ideal for couples seeking not just any privacy, but one in particular atmosphere and style, as occurs in Unglerus. At the same time it is also the perfect place to relax for single travelers. A room of about 25 sqm with a comfortable bed and large bathroom with shower and hydro massage is available to you. The rustic atmosphere is even more pronounced in the Standard Rooms on the upper floor, due to the massive wood beams.

    Thomas Pension offers 2 apartments of about 100 square meters each, located on the ground floor and on the attic.These apartments are so divided: the entrance is a large living room with a wrought iron table and chairs, a comfortable sofa bed where can sleep up to 2 children; the large windows open in the central square of Biertan and in the inner courtyard with playground for children and an old Saxon barn.From the living room there is direct access to the two bedroom with one double bed or two twin beds. Each bedroom has its own bathroom with spacious bathtub. The items which impose in Unglerus the medieval style (wrought iron, furniture Saxon, medieval paintings with scenes etc.) will be found in Thomas too, where, in addition, the occasional vivid and dynamic colors can surprise us from time to time.Such a house with six accommodation places is the ideal hosting environment for both large families and groups of friends, colleagues or businessmen.

    Michael Pension offers three beautiful apartments. In the apartment on the ground floor you have a living room with a sofa bed, a bathroom and a spacious and comfortable bedroom with a king size bed. When required the rooms can be supplemented with an extra bed. On the floor there are two apartments which consist of two separate rooms: a smaller but bright room at the entrance, with a table / writing desk, in the same general style of the pension, and the bedroom with two twin beds. From this place you will have a perfect view over the fortress (being only a few meters from its walls) as over the former terraces for the cultivation of vines on the hills that surround Biertan. These apartments can be an ideal environment for relaxation and inspiration.

    The Suite situated at the ground floor can be an ideal home for a family with up to three children of different ages. A bright and very spacious room of approx. 52 sqm, offers a king size bed, a sofa bed for up to 2 children and even a baby cot. The whole family can stay together, something that the children love so much.The house has a spacious bathroom with tub and high stained-glass window, which reminds you of ancient baths. The impressive paintings on the walls, on which are always present church or fortresses towers, the thick carpets woven from wool or cotton, the niche in the wall of the hall, here are some elements that impose to the house an archaic air too, together with the modern one.

    Michael Pension is 200m from the main square and some 20m from the Western wall of the fortress, offering a spectacular view to the Fortified Church

    Unglerus Pension consists of two of Biertans largest old-type saxon houses, integrated into one functional unit after their renovation.

    Thomas Pension is placed right in front of Unglerus Restaurant, with easy access and visibility from the main square of Biertan.

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    Unglerus Restaurant challenges you to step on a journey into the past, reviving through his architecture and atmosphere a part of medieval times.