Family weekend for big and small tarzans

The package is designed as a standard two-day weekend package (3 days, 2 nights) with an alternative option to book other non-weekend dates on request according to the availability of the hotel and cooperating entities.

Accommodation in 2 comfortable interconnected family rooms

Earlier check in according to the current possibilities of the hotel

Three-course dinner with a choice of 3 menus

Meals in the form of a GOOD FIT board

Attractions for children available

Bike storage during your stay

The package consists of: 

  • Accommodation in a family room for 2 nights
  • 2x breakfast
  • Half board “board of good fit” (2x three-course dinner with a choice of 3 menus including venison), children under 12 with half size of portion
  • Drink to dinner
  • Ticket to the cave Výpustek for 2 persons
  • Bike storage during the stay
  • Trampoline and sandpit for children
  • Wi-fi connection
  • Earlier check in according to hotel availability
  • Free parking

The Velká Dohoda Nature Area is a quarry hidden among the forests and will surprise you with the number of activities that can be tasted from a bird’s eye view.
Whether it’s a ferrata park to prepare for the mountain giants, climbing courses, a rope park, a climbing wall, discovering the natural cave Horizont.
A popular attraction is the cable car or fly over the quarry in a full-body harness with two pulleys.
To book a package, please observe the opening hours of The Velká dohoda

In nearby Rudice, near the village of Jedovnice, 8 km from the Křtiny Chateau, there is the Rudice Sinkhole. Certainly worth a visit, it is publicly accessible, suitable for families with children or for a romantic walk with the dog. You should not miss the Windmill in Rudice.

The Rudice sinkhole is the largest sinkhole in the Moravian Karst and the second longest cave system in the country. This national natural monument near the village of Jedovnice near Blansko was declared in 1992 on an area of 4.4 hectares. This part of the Moravian Karst is located in the village of Rudice, which was originally a mining settlement. The local cave system was formed by the water of the Jedovnice stream, which plunges into the rock wall at the end of the valley, only to burst to the surface after several kilometres under the mysterious Bull Rock in the Josefov valley.

Are you wondering how to spend a pleasant family weekend with your children? Then our weekend adrenaline package full of adventure is just for you.
It’s up to you whether you decide to spend your stay on trips and wanderings around the surroundings, walks in the university forests or combine it with the active possibilities of nature and sports that are abundantly offered here. There are plenty of possibilities.
Below is a taster with tips.
You can do them all in two days. 

Water skiing across the Olšovec pond: the Jedovnice Wakeareal for water skiing and wakeboarding can be found in Jedovnice right next to the ATC Olšovec campsite, where you can start your sporting day before indulging in singletrack.

For lovers of adrenaline, hairpin turns and jumps, there are a number of bike trails in the period April-October, including the famous Moravian Karst Singletrack with a base at the Olšovec pond in Jedovnice. Natural mountain bike trails promising real fun through the university forests (freely accessible with your own bike and at your own risk), bike and e-bike rental available at the base.

More great trips for adventurous exploration of caves, chasms and rocks are offered by the cave formations of the Moravian Karst. The Moravian Karst is the largest and best developed karst area with the widest range of karst phenomena in the Czech Republic and is also one of the most important karst areas in Central Europe.
More than 1100 caves are known throughout the area, five of which are open to the public.

The karst area occupies a strip of Devonian limestone north of Brno. The northern part of the Moravian Karst is drained by the Punkva River and its sources. There is a cave system of the Amateur Cave, which with its adjacent caves measures almost 35 km, making it one of the largest cave systems in Central Europe. This system also includes the Punkva Caves with the 138.5 m deep Macocha Abyss, which was formed by the collapse of the ceiling of an underground dome.
The caves are also open to the public: Sloupsko-šošůvské cavescave BalcarkaKateřinská cave a cave Výpustek.

Next to the Punkevní caves you can find modern ineractive musuem called Dům přírody Moravského krasu

Price: 2 adults without children = 6 300 Kč; 2+1 = 8 420 Kč (room with extra bed, children halfboard), 2+2 = 10 120 Kč (two double rooms, children halfboard)

This special offer cannot be combined with any other discount or offer.

Attention! Recommended adrenaline sports activities other than tickets to the Výpustek cave are not included in the package, they are only recommendations. Price lists of services can be found under the v.u. www links. To book a package, please follow the opening hours of the v.u. adrenaline activities.

If you like a different room configuration (more children, different number of adults, etc.), please contact reception for a quote.

Validity: 1. 1. – 15. 12. 2024

Activities nearby