x The average starting price for a place to stay in Brasov is £37 per night.
Rob and Z We had a great stay at the Budget Guesthouse. We had an apartment to ourselves, complete with kitchen and a fantastic bathroom! Our room was huge and very comfortable. Gina even picked us up from the train station for free, and Mihael dropped us off at 9.30 at night for our overnight train to Budapest. We have been travelling for 5 months so the luxury was very welcome! Unbeatable value for the price, would definitely recommend this guesthouse to anyone looking for real comfort for a great price. A big thanks to Gina and Mihael! Fantastic hosts!
Neagoe Basarab no 8Excellent 94%
andy.poar Don't be put off by the approach - inside the gates it's quiet and secluded and the rooms are very modern and clean with a good-sized bathroom. The kitchen is well-equipped and there's a very comfortable lounge area. The pool and sauna are an added bonus and Daniel and Anu are very hospitable. Their two boys are well-behaved as is Lady, the labrador. They are always around to answer any questions and give advice about where to go/eat etc. and in the evenings will invite you for some home-made wine in the garden. It's a good walk into town from here but it's only two mintues by taxi - which are very cheap. This is a good bargain and there's enough to do round and about for a week - easier with a car as public transport can be slow.
aj.jman The location was excellent. Staff was friendly and helpful. Highly recommend to anyone traveling to Brasov.
Vasile Saftu 41 A, BrasovAwesome 85%
ichiro14 I loved it her. The owners were very helpful and kind. Service was great, the rooms clean and large. Very near the old town centre. There is even a garage to lock up my motorbike at night. Charming, simple and cozy. And there is a lovely private garden too. Wifi was not always strong, and as I stayed a week a fridge would have been a great addition - but there is a a well equipped kitchenette with fridge for guest use downstairs.
2a Strade Piatra Mare Schei0 69%
Kbannister I stayed at the Rolling Stone Hostel in 2007 and it was an absolute pleasure - after a particularly horrible experience in Bucharest and arriving at Brasov in the pouring rain we were less than hopeful! However, once we got past the disused swimming pool at the entrance and stepped inside we were greeted by a really friendly member of staff - we had booked in advance for a private room and were offered the choice of 2. we picked one downstairs which was absolutely beautiful. The bathroom was amazing, it had a corner bath and a power shower and was very spacious - a very welcome change. The only complaints about the room were that it was a bit dark and damp, but nothing that couldn't be overcome. The hostel staff were so helpful, they gave us their number and told us about a few tours. we booked to go 'bear watching' with them which was a fantastic experience, being driven in a taxi to a rubbish tip where we saw a mummy bear and 3 baby cubs roaming around, it was honestly very surreal but at the same time amazing! We also went on the Dracula castle tour, which was also very good and reasonably priced! driving through the clouds of transylvania was unforgettable. The staff were able to advise on many things such as buses, museums, restaurants and even able to direct us when we got off the bus at the wrong stop for horse riding and rang them in a mass panic! The internet is available in the main living room which is very sociable - and the bar downstairs is amazing, small but so much fun and atmosphere - the bar man is a legend! try a pint of home brewed 'dracula beer' or home produced wine! - both of them lethal! All in all a fantastic experience and I would recommend to anyone!
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