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We rent the whole villa. The price displayed is per day / villa.Max: From € 126Select dates
Room facilities:Cable TV, Free parking, Heating, See in the garden, TV, View to the mountain
Bed size:200 x 200
- Smoking is prohibited in all public and private spaces
- Non-smoking rooms
- Sun terrace
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Licurici is located in Colibița, in Bistrița-Năsăud county and offers a balcony and lake views. The property is 39 km from Bistrița. Guests benefit from free private parking.
The cottage has 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with shower and flat-screen TV with satellite channels, living room, equipped kitchen.
This cottage offers a playground for children. Near Licurici you can opt for hiking. Guests can relax in the garden.
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Children and extra beds
Children of all ages are welcome.
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This property has no capacity for cots.
This property has no capacity for extra beds.
Pets are not allowed.
Accepted credit cards
- Cable TV
- Free parking
- See in the garden
- Wireless internet
- Hiking Off-site
- Children's playground
- Fishing off location
Free wireless internet.
Free private parking is possible on the property (no reservation required).
Bistrita is located in a wide depression, surrounded by hills with gentle peaks and heights that dominate the landscape, crossed by the Bistrita valley from which it took its name, the settlement ended and developed due to the fact that in the region from the northeast corner of Transylvania, entered at the beginning of the Middle Ages between the royal possessions, fundus regius, were installed Flemish, Walloon, Saxon, Bavarian, which will be known later under the generic name of Saxons, endowed with a series of rights and freedoms that gave them a privileged social and economic status, a process that took place after the middle of the twelfth century. The first mention of the town dates from the year 1241 when the codes of the Echternach monastery mention between the settlements destroyed by the Mongols and "oppidum Nosa" the name given by the colonists of the settlement based on the river Bistrița. Subsequently, the name taken from the locals, Bistrița, was generalized.
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