a place to reconnect and rediscover
House & Grounds
“The Péchy Country House Experience” makes you
Feel like a Private Guest of the Noble Family.
The Péchy Country House is located in Hermanovce, Slovakia. Known for its beautiful countryside, this historic region is called “The Tuscany of the East”. Owned for centuries by the Péchy family, this private estate and its two-hectare English park was restored by Klára Szakall de Losoncz, the granddaughter of George and Klára Péchy de Péchujfalu.
Hospitality has its deep roots within the family: The Péchy Country House was built in 1929 next to the original family- residence – the Manor House (built around 1780). The spacious villa served as a lovingly furnished guest house, where friends and relatives were welcomed for months-long holidays.
Recently turned into a Boutique Hotel, our standards are still based on the legendary hospitality of the nobility. Péchy Country House offers serene and valued intimate settings ideal for private groups, romantic travelers or visitors interested in history and culture. Let the unique atmosphere of old and new surprise you – in Péchy, we welcome you all year round.
EACH BEDROOM IS DESIGNED WITH NATURAL MATERIALS, SELECTED DETAILS, AND CAREFUL CRAFTSMANSHIP - HENCE ITS INDIVIDUAL AND CHARMING ATMOSPHERE.
Relive Your Day, Everyday
Spa & Yoga
- UNEARTH. RECONNECT. REDISCOVER -
The Whole Estate including our Manor House, Péchy Country House and our elegant Marquee make a perfect venue for your Wedding Ceremonies and Receptions.
Enter the private estate of Péchy Country House and let the luxuriant, romantic atmosphere indulge your senses. The facilities, set in the elegant landscape of our two-hectare park, are ready to become the ideal place for your wedding. In keeping with our reputation as “one of the seven most romantic hotels among the Historic Hotels of Europe from eighteen European countries”, we are proud to offer you a truly idyllic venue for your big day.
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