Hostel Skippy is one of a kind. We offer a peaceful and easy going environment. It is a charming 200-year-old house located along the Vltava River in historical Česk Krumlov. Run by a musician and a writer, this very unique riverside hostel guesthouse is cozy, intimate, down to earth, and very relaxing. We understand that taking a break from big cities and constant travel is important, so our aim is to create an atmosphere where our guests can rest and feel at home,
Upon arrival we will give you a map of the town and helpful tips about where to eat, drink, and have a great time. We will also be happy to assist you with day trips, bike rentals, boat rentals, horseback riding, arranging a massage, or to help you with with planning onward travels. For additional information about leisure activities in Cesky Krumlov visit our website
We don't have a curfew or lockout and no bunk beds.
If you plan to arrive later than your scheduled arrival time, please notify us of the change by email or telephone. For same day reservations contact the hostel directly. Thank You!
We strongly recommend that you plan to stay for more than a glance. Cesky Krumlov is truly one of the most charming small towns around and this region is one of the most beautiful in the country. Day trips to the Sumava National forest for walking, hiking or cycling are just a short (and cheap) train or bus ride away. And other small towns and villages all around can be enjoyed on a bicycle. We are a five minute walk from the town square as well as beautiful forest trails. The castle is a short seven minute walk away and the synogogue is just up the street and has a new charming cafe with outdoor and indoor seating
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Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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ARRIVAL BY BUS FROM THE MAIN BUS STATION: From the bus station walk toward the end of the parking area toward the view of the castle. You will find a small path at the end of the bus terminal. Take it. It will go slightly uphill and then bend to the right until you reach a traffic light at the main road. Cross the main road and continue forward into town. When you reach the church stairs on your left side make a left and walk along the road which is to the right of the stairs. You will notice a lot of artwork in the windows of the building on the right side as you walk along. It is an art school for children. As the little road goes downhill make a left at the first street. You will notice some interesting sculpture of fingers holding up the corner of the building... it is an art shop. Once you turn left you will cross the bridge and continue go forward. Then you can either go up the stairs that you will reach at the end of the bridge OR if you prefer an easier way, turn to the left and walk a few minutes and then turn to the right at the first street (see the map for this option). It will lead you slightly uphill until you reach a small parking area. Once there, turn to the left... after a minute you will see an orange house on your left side and then the street will start to go downhill. Our property is on the left side slightly below street level. If you decide to go up the stairs, once you reach the top just go forward, through the parking area and continue past the orange house until you find us.
ARRIVAL BY BUS FROM SPICAK BUS STOP: Cross the main road and turn to the right so that you are walking against traffic with the castle on your left side. When you reach the first parking lot turn to the left and go through it. Cross a tiny bridge that goes over a creek and continue forward underneathe a large white castle bridge. Just past the bridge turn to the right and walk along the river passing many buildings on your right until the street ends and you reach the plesivec stairs on the right. Go up the stairs, through the small parking area, and continue forward. You will pass an orange house on the left and the street will start to go downhill. Our place is a white house on the left side slightly below street level.
ARRIVAL BY TRAIN : The train station is on a hill quite removed from the town but it's a downhill walk. We recommend that you try to arrive by bus if possible. If you want, you can call us upon arrival and we can organize a taxi for you. The cost for a taxi from the station is approximately 140kc for the car. It's worth it if there are many people in your group to share the cost. Directions for those who prefer to walk are shown below.
DIRECTIONS FROM TRAIN STATION:
When you get out from the train at the station, turn right and walk to the main road.
On the main road, turn left and follow the road until you reach a small path on the left that goes downhill. It will lead you downhill towards the town. At the end of the path you will go through a small square with a fountain. Go through it and then cross the bridge that goes over the main road. Immediately after crossing the bridge turn to the right on the path that leads you down to the main road. From there, walk foward against traffic with the castle on your left. When you reach the first parking lot turn to the left and go through it. Cross a tiny bridge that goes over a creek and continue forward underneathe a large white castle bridge. Just past the bridge turn to the right and walk along the river passing many buildings on your right until the street ends and you reach the plesivec stairs on the right. Go up the stairs, through the small parking area, and continue forward. You will pass an orange house on the left and the street will start to go downhill. Our place is a white house on the left side slightly below street level.
The property is located along the Vltava River near the town center. Also nearby are restaurants, pubs, the synogogue is a five minute walk away and the castle and gardens are also a short walk from our place. Josef Seidl photo museum is five minutes away as well as forest trails.