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Péchy Palace, Hermanovce

Punkt na szlaku: Incentive Travel Trail

In the middle of Šariš and Spiš regions there is the Tuscany of the East. It is comprised of Péchy palace, the hunter's house and a park. The guests are offered not only a perfect accommodation in provincial style, but also leisure activities, sport, relax and the possibility of the organisation of congresses. read more

The Péchy palace in Hermanovce offers not only relax and leisure activities, but also organising of business meetings or congresses. The stay in the middle of Šariš and Spiš regions will enchant both the members of your family and business partners.

The Tuscany of the East

The provincial residence in the eastern Slovakia is comprised of a palace, a hunting house and a park. They are called the Tuscany of the East.

The Hunting House was built by Georg von Péchy circa 100 years ago.  It was dispossess after the Second World War. In the 1990s his descendants regained a part of the possession and started its renovation. Today the residence's interior will suit the taste of the admirers of provincial elegance in particular. You will find there four rooms for guests, a family apartment, two living rooms with fireplaces, libraries and music, a dining room, a cellar with wine, a spacious kitchen and terraces.  The stay in the Hunting House is also attractive thanks to the Japanese wellness room with sauna and.

Wellness and sport

A reconstructed Clubhouse with a tennis court is a part of the centre, offering a nice atmosphere of wellness with a fireplace, sauna and fitness, a grill place on the terrace and a conference room for 40 people in the attic.

Park

A beautiful 3 ha park is a perfect place for romantic walk, as well as sports activities, like tennis, cricket, boccia, horse riding, hunting.

What to see in the neighbourhood
 Hermanovce village is located 20 km from Presov and 55 km from Košice International Airport. There are many monuments of culture in the surroundings, like wooden churches, baroque palaces or castle and even a Gothic cathedral.

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