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CHATA POD VLEKOM is located in Dedinky and features a garden and a terrace. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the... If you have al the choice, take a room with lake view. The view from the balcony is spectacular.
Surrounded by the Slovak Paradise and set in the village of Dedinky, Penzión Pastierňa offers en suite accommodation, a restaurant, a bar, barbecue facilities and a terrace. Excellent place by all means. A very convenient location - close to Palcmanska Masa dam - water reservoir where you can swim, row boats... There are many interest hiking and biking trails nearby. Penzion Pastierna is a very pleasant and clean place to stay in. Guests can enjoy delicious cooked meals served in its restaurant and the rooms are very clean, spacious, fully equipped including a fridge, kettle, welcome drink. We enjoyed our stay and were sad to leave. We will definitely stay again as there is so much to do around.
Situated in Dedinky in the Košický kraj region, Chata Daniela features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. Really nice location and the room was cozy. Many wood decoration even the furnitures made from wood block and boards. I really like the feeling of the room. There is a huge windows, easy to look out to the night sky. it's a pity we couldn't spend more time there.
Rekreačný domček Judka is situated in Dedinky. The accommodation is 44 km from Poprad, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. Quiet location, next to the several hiking trails. Breif taking landscapes around. We really enjoyed our stay here!
A great little village with a relatively large lake. A little crowded due to its popularity. Most things are near the church. We have only been to one restaurant, Pizza & Café Lumaro, where we had the most amazing pizzas for fantastic prices. The tapped Bakalař beer was also great, but with a metallic aftertaste for some reason. There is a little convenience store that also works as a pub – this is where you can do your shopping (this is an old-school shop where you ask for each item separately) and have a Kofola or beer after. The biggest problem here is getting around without a car. We came by train mainly to hike in the area. Most popular hikes in the Slovak paradise can be started from Podlesok, south of Hrabušice. Getting there from Dedinky was no easy task. The only direct bus went at around 14:00 on weekdays (useless for hikers) and perhaps one more later in the evening. The only way we could get to Podlesok was to take a bus that came at 5:31 in the morning and went to Spišská Nova Ves, where we changed to a train that took us to Vydrnik and then to another bus that went to Hrabušice. From there, we still had to walk for half an hour to get to Podlesok. This whole journey took like 2 and a half hours each day. Alternatively, you could get to Podlesok by a car in probably under 40-50 minutes. So I recommend not relying on flexible transport in the area without a car!
Nice village, train access. Food not great, not too many options and it is very busy during weekends. Lake is amazing and clean. I definitely recommend to hire a boat or bicycle to go round the lake it is lovely and not too expensive.
A very clean and friendly village. The Pizzeria/Bar was great for hand-made Pizzas and relaxing with a local beer. The village is very close to the forest/National Park for some good walks and the local bus service is frequent. Swimming/boating on the lake is pleasant. The Ice Cave at Dobsina was interesting, also the Spis Castle and Levoca historic town.
Perfect. It was the third time we were here. Thank you very much. See you next year.