If you are looking for accommodation for your business partners, for a suitable space for your discreet dealing, conferences or teambuilding, if you desire a romantic place for your wedding reception or if you just need to gain power, you must come to have a look at the hotel.
With its offer of 65 beds hotel U Černého orla is one of the largest accommodation venues and is as the only one able to accommodate bigger groups. There are 33 single-bed and double-bed rooms with the possibility of additional beds. The rooms have pleasant interiors with a TV set, shower unit or bath and toilet, one room has a barrier-free entrance. All three floors of the hotel are connected by an elevator.
The restaurant is on the ground floor and is directly attached to the hotel. Its capacity is 85 seats and is divided into two lounges. A private lounge has ten seats. In summer there is a garden restaurant available and is situated under the hotel arcades. It offers a view of Telč square and castle.
On the first floor of the hotel there is a room with a dancing floor for about 80 guests. A wooden screen wall can divide the room into two lounges for 30 and 50 people. It is an ideal space for weddings and dance evenings.
You can rent a boat on Telč ponds but you will learn about the country on a bike the best. Visit the castle of Ronštejn nearby and after eating in the hotel’s good restaurant you will have enough energy not only to visit this castle but to visit the sights in Slavonice, Dačice or in Telč as well. Telč
Telč is one of the most beautiful towns in the Czech Republic, and the facades of the houses that surround its main square must be some of the most photographed buildings in Moravia. The historic centre of Telč was added to the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage in 1992, thanks mainly to the chateau and beautifully preserved town square.
The appearance of the Telč town square is a result of a catastrophic fire in 1530 that destroyed much of the town. When Lord Zachariáš of Hradec chose Telč as his seat shortly afterwards, he set about turning the stone castle into a stylish residential chateau, and rebuilt most of the devastated centre to a uniform plan. The main square is completely encircled by arcade-fronted townhouses all of similar size and proportion, but with fascinating and intricate surface decorations unique to each building. Though it's a colourful, busy place ringed with outdoor cafes and restaurants, the Telč square has essentially kept the same appearance for centuries and is one of the best examples of Renaissance architecture north of the Alps.
Three large ponds surround the small historic centre and provide some beautiful reflections for photographers, as well as opportunities for boating or hiking along the shoreline paths. Only around 6000 people live in Telč, so it has a gentle pace and is a perfect place to relax and unwind.