Éllő Guest-House

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Éllő Guest-House is situated in one of the most beautiful part of Veszprém, in pleasant surroundings, some minutes from the town centre. The Guest-House has its own garden and closed illuminated parking facility in the inner yard. It has a special main key system.

18 modern rooms of high standard (bathroom, TV) are provided for the guests. Three of the rooms are unobstructed, in which handicapped guests also can be welcome. In the building there is a mini bar, too. Pets are welcome free of charge.

18 35 17 1 3    

Number of rooms: 18
Total space: for 35 persons
Double bedrooms: 17
Three-bedded room: 1
Unobstructed rooms: 3

Additional services:
car rental, taxi ordering, laundry, dry-cleaning, tennis, horse riding, programme arrangement as requested, programmes for the singles and their organisations, arrangement of trainings and retraining of managers, companies and organisations (up to 25 persons).

Other EXTRA services:
- For native and foreign guests staying in the guest-house arrangement of individual and group dentistry with the most up-to-date technology and prosthetic substances.
- Arrangement of medical, cardiology, factory and sports surgery at the private hospital in the neighbourhood.
- Manager examination, weight control programme, overweight centre, masseur at the Health House in Jeruzsálemhegy, examination and therapy of high blood pressure, heart and vascular system diseases with up-to-date diagnostic, if needed, hospital background in a pleasant environment.
Performance survey for regular physical activity.
The above-mentioned facilities are available on the basis of appointment.


About the town

Town of Veszprém is a county centre with 65 thousand inhabitants. It is located between Bakony mountain and Lake Balaton, the biggest freshwater lake of Central Europe. Its Catholic bishopric was established by Stephen the first and his wife, Bavarian Giselle. Giselle’s relic can be found in St. Michael’s Cathedral of the present archdiocese. The bishop of Veszprém was the crowning chancellor of the queens. That is why Veszprém is also called “the town of queens”. The geographical location of the ancient undulating academic town, its rich historical traditions, memorials, zoo, varied cultural programmes, the nearness of Lake Balaton and its world-famous wines, and the closeness of spas make Veszprém an attractive beauty spot and resting place throughout the whole year.