Accommodation Dvorská bouda

Up, up and away

Have you ever woken up in the clouds, only 7 km from Sněžka’s peak? Whether you love nature, snow-covered mountain peaks or a glorious sunrise, staying at Dvorská bouda in the Krkonoše Mountains is the right choice.

At an altitude of 1 313 m above sea level, Dvorská bouda in the Krkonoše Mountains offers accommodation to 115 visitors in two categories. Tourist rooms are equipped with bunk beds and have a shared bathroom on the floor. Unlike standard rooms, which have fixed beds (except for family rooms) and a renovated bathroom is located in the common area. We offer accommodation ranging from single to five-bed rooms.

Starting at 8:00 AM each morning, the restaurant serves a rich buffet-style breakfast, which is included in the price of accommodation. The Dvorská bouda breakfast treats are the home-baked rolls, which are baked by our cooks every morning with love. You are welcome to upgrade to the half-board option in the online booking or at the front desk upon your arrival. Select your dinner menu from two two-course options (soup and main course). We offer full-board for school trips.

All guests have the common clubroom at their disposal. It offers the option of relaxing by the fireplace, playing table football or party games, or just hanging out and chatting with friends. Children will love the playroom filled with all kinds of toys; it’s open all day.

Dvorská bouda is located in the first zone of the Krkonoše National Park, so please carefully read the transportation instructions in the “Getting here” tab and choose the most suitable option for you.

History of Dvorská bouda

Dvorská bouda has always belonged to the largest and highest mountain cabin from the so-called “Zadní Rennerovky” settlement. It was built in 1707, and just like the other cabins, served as a shelter for cattle breeding until the second half of the 19th century. Initially, it was used for breeding in the pastures from spring till autumn. The cabin bears the name according to its connection with the Vrchlabí manor farm. The only family we know (both the first and the last) that owned Dvorská bouda in the Krkonoše Mountains was the Adolf family.

The Adolfs owned the cabin until 1945. During the 1920s, Dvorská bouda started to adapt to the needs of tourism and began to act as it does today, offering refreshments and accommodation to tourists who have decided to explore the unique landscape of the Krkonoše Mountains.