Mezi Plutky

  • Location: Countryside
    Golf course Čeladná: In walking distance
    Beskydy Mountains, one of the best preserved landscapes of the Czech Republic: In walking distance
    Wallachian Open-Air Museum Rožnov pod Radhoštěm: 20km
  • Ostrava Airport (OSR): 40km (35 mins by car)
    Celadna train station: 3km
    Airport transfer included
    Car recommended
    Free parking

Mezi Plutky's beautiful natural swimming pond is perfect for a refreshing dip at the end of the day.
You'll find yourself in a haven of peace and tranquility, with space to breathe and come to rest.
Each window provides a completely different view of Podolanky valley and the Beskydy Mountains.

Mezi Plutky is a country retreat best suited for anyone older than 12 years of age.

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An introduction to Mezi Plutky

How would you describe Mezi Plutky in a nutshell?

Mezi Plutky is a boutique hotel in Čeladná, in the Czech Beskydy Mountains. This cosy, two hundred year old house has four guestrooms with space for up to 12 adult guests. Deep embedded in the Podolanky valley, it is a place ‘between fences’, which is the direct translation of Mezi Plutky. The name says it all, the hotel contrasts traditional wooden fences with modern design, an old house and a new perception of space.Mezi Plutky is a boutique hotel in Čeladná, in the Czech Beskydy Mountains. This cosy, two hundred year old house has four guestrooms with space for up to 12 adult guests. Deep embedded in the Podolanky valley, it is a place ‘between fences’, which is the direct translation of Mezi Plutky. The name says it all, the hotel contrasts traditional wooden fences with modern design, an old house and a new perception of space.

How would you describe the atmosphere at Mezi Plutky?

Even though we are not by the sea, the feeling of being barefoot is something that comes to mind. Actually, some of our guests feel so relaxed that they often come to breakfast barefoot, as even in winter the natural stone floors are tempting to be touched and felt. The same goes for our oak doors and furniture, the linen pillows, and the herbs in the garden.

Mezi Plutky is an old rural house, yet we didn’t shy away from adding many contemporary pieces. You can sit on the Karl Andersson’s Soner chairs in the dining room, on Hay bar stools in the kitchen and Hay armchairs in the bedrooms, on Palissade chairs by Ronan Bouroullec in the garden, or swing on Patricia Urquiola’s Comeback near the fireplace, or the rocking sheep by Povl Kjer.

What’s your background and what was your inspiration to open Mezi Plutky?

For the last ten years I have been designing conversions of historical houses. I see architecture as a conversation with the place and its history, not as a something set in stone. It is not a coincidence that many of the places that I have visited, such as Alemanys 5 in Girona, Moravola in Umbria, Malatesta Maison in Le Marche, Locanda al Colle in Tuscany, and many others, I’ve found thanks to Welcome Beyond. And it is for certain, that these places have inspired me. Mezi Plutky was developed from these inspirations. It is a story about the refurbishment of an old house set into pure nature. Mezi Plutky is the first one of the places I have dreamed of.

Please tell us about the interior design/architecture. How would you describe it?

Mezi Plutky embeds two motives. The first one is the process of time and space. The reconstruction of the house into a boutique hotel respects and renews its original layout; with its traditional shingled roof, old-fashioned ceiling beams, sandstone floors, and the original windows and doors. The same plants that are depicted in botanist Basilius Besler’s works from 1613 are grown in our herb garden. Wool, the traditional local material is included in the tapestry by Czech graphic artist Petr Nikl. It was made in the nearby Moravian Tapestry Manufactory in Valasske Mezirici. The furniture and doors were made by local cabinetmakers using Czech oak.

The second motive was a pursuit of light. The old mountain houses used to have small windows and doors to keep the heat inside. We have decided to replace all main doors with glass ones. Thanks to those doors, the house not only lets the light come inside but also makes it flow through the old stone terraces into the garden.

Is Mezi Plutky best suited for couples, families, or groups? What’s your policy on kids?

We intended Mezi Plutky to be a calm place, somewhere to hide and dream, escape far away from everyday reality. Here you will listen to music and the calmness around, read, enjoy a glass of wine, swim in the pond and watch the mountains around you. Some guests say that time ceases to pass here; others say that they feel more alive here than anywhere else. That is why all of our guests are older than 12 years. However, if a bigger family or group of friends decide to rent the entire house, they can certainly come with children.

What is so special about Mezi Plutky to you personally and based on feedback from guests?

Mezi Plutky is very personal. It reflects what we love and our guests seem to agree. The ingredients we use for cooking, our bed linens and the body care products — there is nothing that we wouldn’t use in our own house.

Mezi Plutky
Living area
Dining room
Kitchen
Breakfast
The Guest bedroom
Common areas
The Parents bedroom
Mezi Plutky terrace
Mezi Plutky garden & swimming pool

Mezi Plutky rooms & rates

The hotel has a kitchen, a living room with an open fireplace, a reading room, as well as a dining room with an original tapestry and several pieces of 17th century graphic art. We wanted to create a home, which is why we decided against having a reception and a restaurant. There is, however, a kitchen that is up to professional standards.

There are four rooms at Mezi Plutky. ‘The Guest’ is especially attractive to couples. ‘The Parents’ is almost a ‘house within a house’, with a high ceiling with wooden beams and can accommodate up to four people with 70sqm. The two other smaller rooms are ‘The Daughter’ with 35sqm and ‘The Son’ with 44sqm, which is also for four guests.

We created many cosy and tranquil areas around the house. An old basin was turned into a natural pond and the old barn became the winter garden with a massive fireplace. We added a new barn to serve as a summer bedroom and several outside terraces made of ancient rocks and stones.

  • The Guest bedroom for 2 people / 40 m²
    236 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room

    Beautiful spacious suite on the ground floor of the house with a hundreds of years old stone floor and original wooden beamed ceiling and views of the mountain Ondřejník. The room features a double bed, a big bathroom with stone bath behind the glass.

    Guests have access to the whole house with its living room, dining room or library and the beautiful garden with the natural swimming pond. Guests also have access to the second kitchen where you can serve yourself beer and wine, Nespresso coffee and tea etc.

  • The Daughter bedroom for 2 people / 36 m²
    196 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Beautiful room in the attic hidden in white beams, white linen pillows and with windows to the swimming pond and to never-ending Podolanky valley. The room features a double bed, a bathroom with shower and an open dressing room.

    Guests have access to the whole house with its living room, dining room or library and the beautiful garden with the natural swimming pond. Guests also have access to the second kitchen where you can serve yourself beer and wine, Nespresso coffee and tea etc.

  • The Son bedroom for 2-4 people / 44 m²
    196 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 2 Extra bed (on req.)

    Beautiful room with alcove, open space and windows to the east and south, to the valley and to the mountains. The room features a double bed, an open bathroom with shower and a dressing room. There is space for a comfortable extra bed.

    Guests have access to the whole house with its living room, dining room or library and the beautiful garden with the natural swimming pond. Guests also have access to the second kitchen where you can serve yourself beer and wine, Nespresso coffee and tea etc.

  • The Parents bedroom for 2-4 people / 66 m²
    236 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 2 Extra bed (on req.)

    The Parents bedrooms is almost a house within a house. There are hidden corners. thousand shades of wood and white, light and shadow, and silence. The room features a big living space with a big sofa, a double bed, a bathroom and there is space for two comfortable extra beds.

    Guests have access to the whole house with its living room, dining room or library and the beautiful garden with the natural swimming pond. Guests also have access to the second kitchen where you can serve yourself beer and wine, Nespresso coffee and tea etc.

Included in the rates
Rates include a delicious breakfast, WiFi, private parking and storage for bikes, ski and golf equipment.
Children & Extra beds
Only children 12+ years are allowed to stay.
Minimum stay
1 nights
Check in time
after 15:00
Check out time
before 11:00

Facilities & services

  • Swimming pool
  • WiFi
  • Terrace
  • Maid service
  • Bar
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Washing machine
  • Restaurant
  • Music system
  • Central heating
  • Courtyard
  • Room service
  • Honesty bar/Minibar
  • BBQ area
  • Iron & Board
  • Not suitable for young children
  • Laundry service
  • Bicycles
  • Hair dryer

Any wellness treatments can be arranged for in a nearby hotel and on weekends we can offer cooking classes with our charming chef. Transfers from the railway station, the airport, or to any trip starting points are available upon request.

Our breakfast is one of the main attractions with a variety of delicious options. There is homemade dark bread, jams, local Wallachian cakes and homemade pâté. We also have an honesty bar, with a great retro Smeg fridge, filled with Austrian and South Moravian wines, Czech and German beer, and soft drinks. There is also tea and a Nespresso coffee maker.

Our dinner menu changes daily and can be served whenever convenient to our guests. We prepare light and healthy meals, using local ingredients from carefully chosen suppliers. Additionally, we can recommend a few nice restaurants and cafés in the vicinity. A well-supplied grocery shop, with a bakery and a small butcher’s shop can be found only two kilometres away.

Things to do in Moravian-Silesian Region & Čeladná

  • Cooking classes
  • Golf
  • Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Horseback riding

In summer I would recommend activities such as taking a swim in our natural bio pond, going hiking, mountain biking, Nordic walking, and even paragliding. The 36-hole golf course Čeladná is close-by, it is the biggest golf resort in Central Europe. There is also a horse riding school and in the wintertime this whole area turns into a ski area, including a 15 km cross-country skiing route.

The Wallachian Open Air Museum, Central Europe’s biggest and second oldest open-air museum of wooden historical buildings is 22 kilometres away from Mezi Plutky. There is also Lower Vitkovice, a National industrial heritage site and a European culture heritage site in Ostrava, which is 35 kilometres from the hotel.

Mezi Plutky reviews

5 of 5 stars
Verfied Welcome Beyond stay
Very good in all ways. My travel companion and I were extremely impressed with the thoughtful melding of outdoor / indoor spaces and the 'good bones' of the Mayn building. There were interesting designer pieces throughout the home that caught our eye, particularly Patricia Urquiola's hanging chair. We enjoyed the GUEST quarters with its luxurious en suite tub and the very comfortable bed. The sitting room just outside our door made the space feel expansive, as we could read and even get some work done remotely from this cosy space. Our sojourn was made particularly 'warm' and special by the delicious dinner Daniela and her family prepared. It was so fresh and bright that the next day, we wished we could eat it all over again. The presentation and service at the table were exceptional, with Daniela serving barefoot [which I was a big fan of], plus the selection of local wines and the dessert complemented the fare. Our favorite taste was the family's own honey, offered in the kitchen to add to tea or yogurt at our whim. We would like to come to visit in the winter months, to see this nuanced landscape blanketed in snow. The only adjustment to the ambiance of Mezi Plutky would be to limit the hours that music is played through the sound system on the first floor. We prefer the sounds of the natural environment, except during 'social hours'.
Megan O.
stayed at Mezi Plutky in June 2018

The location of Mezi Plutky

Mezi Plutky in Čeladná lies in the Beskydy Mountains, one of the best preserved hilly landscapes of the Czech Republic. The forests and meadows of the Podolanky Valley surround the hotel. We are approximately 35 km from the borders to Poland and Slovakia and the same distance from the airport in Ostrava, which is the 3rd biggest city in the Czech Republic. From there, guests can get to the hotel by taxi or we can arrange a transfer.

From the hotel you overlook the valley with more deer and hares than people. You can also see Smrk, the second biggest mountain in Beskydy. On the other side is Ondrejnik. A short walk through the forest will lead you to a magical mountain Radhost, with a wooden chapel and a statue of the bohemian God Radegast. In the opposite direction is the highest point of Beskydy, Lysa Hora. It is an area of childhood memories, with picturesque mountains, cosy valleys, deep woods and soft meadows.

When is the best time to visit Moravian-Silesian Region?

If you prefer warm weather, the perfect time for a visit is summer when you can spend all day in the garden. Start with breakfast on the stone terrace, read on the wooden deck, swim in the pond between water lilies, have a nap in the shade, have a drink under the wooden beams of the new barn and fall in love with the garden views. You can finish your day with dinner under the stars or at a long table by the fireplace in the old barn.

If you prefer the cold, you can start by having breakfast and dinner in the kitchen, the dining room or the living room. Then wander around the house and discover its hidden corners, listen to music, leaf through a book about design and architecture from our library, and light up the fireplace. Make yourself at home. And if the whiteness behind the windows mesmerizes you, put on snowshoes or cross-country skis and venture outside.