Bily Kun is on the main square in the middle of Loket, a picturesque West Bohemian town not far from the main spa towns. The village itself is small enough to be friendly and safe for kids, and near enough to lots of activities to keep everyone in the family interested. We stayed for three nights. On one day we canoed down the Ohre to Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad) catching the bus back. On another we toured Marienbad and the sulphuric swamps of Soos. On the last day the village had a medieval fair with knights, music, falconry displays and food stalls.
Were were six, with four kids aged between 17 and 12. The hotel put us up in two rooms next to each other and both were spacious, spotless and with spectactular views of either the square or the Ohre and mountains behind. The service in the hotel was mixed and apart from breakfast we didn't eat there, but the hotel manager more than compensated for the inexperience of some of his staff. He bent over backwards to make our stay enjoyable and he did. I'd recommend Hotel Bily Kun to anyone.
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- Hotel Bily Kun is situated in the center of city Loket. The town center itself features Loket Castle, a 12th-century Gothic building. In the 19th century built hotel is suitable for a family holiday as well as for tourists groups, business trips and activity holidays. The town is located near from famous spa resorts. ... more less
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