Walk to the Sárvár city centre from our hotel and spa
Proximity to the Sárvár city centre provides our hotel guests with easy access to several notable destinations. Visit places like Nádasdy Castle and Nádasdy Ferenc Múzeum to learn about the Nádasdy family and how they shaped the history of the town. Guests can also rent bicycles to see the local sights, or pack a picnic and spend the day exploring Austria.
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Sárvár features a well-built town centre, assembled around the historic Nádasdy Castle. The town hall's ringing bell and fountain light and water show are favourites with guests and locals. Visit the Arboretum to see beautiful rhododendrons, stately trees and several 100-year-old plane trees. Rowing enthusiasts appreciate access to the upper part of the River Rába, located between Szentgotthárd and Sárvár.
Resort award for Sárvár
Named as a health resort in 2012, Sárvár is the first Hungarian settlement to receive this prestigious recognition since 1984.
The Nádasdy Castle and Museum is just a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The Renaissance building serves as both the symbol for and the cultural centre of the town. The castle hosts the Nádasdy Historical Festival, the International Folklore Festival, the Competition and Festival of Brass and Reed Bands, and the International Motorbike Meeting each year.
Rowing-lake, located behind the spa, features several lakes connected with 5 bridges and 5 islands. Guests can enjoy fishing and rowing, and in the winter, ice skating.
Nearby Szombathely is home to a number of Roman and Baroque historic sites, including the Baroque cathedral, Iseum (Isis’ penetralia), ancient Ivy Road and the village museum.
Kőszeg, the castle of Jurisics, serves as the symbol of the town. Plan a day trip to the Kőszeg Mountains, Hétforrás (7 fountains), Írottkő and the look-out tower.
Pannonia Ring is a racetrack for exciting motorcycle and car competitions.
Őrség is an ancient, traditional border-warden place in the county Vas, near the Austrian-Slovenian-Hungarian border. The region is famous for its handicraft shops and regional specialities, such as chestnut honey and pumpkin-seed oil.