About the Mill
The former liege mill is one of the oldest buildings in Český Krumlov. Its origins date back to 1347 when it was mentioned in the writings of Peter I of Rožmberk. The parcel no. 80 has been explicitly listed within the built-up area since 1514. In 1596 Petr Vok of Rožmberk gave up his servile wages for the benefit of the town; thus the mill became a municipal property. Major reconstructions followed in 1608 – 1611. The name of the first city miller was Mates Schemerle; Antonín Postel took over as the first emphyteutic owner (i.e. an owner sharing a property with authorities and the landlord) in 1782. It was then that today's house no. 80 was separated from a house no. 82 and other buildings located on the Krumlov “island”. Back then, the weir next to the mill was part of its property. The mill became a private property in 1850.
The apartment no. 1 is characterized by an intimate, romantic atmosphere, and is remarkable for its glass-walled bathroom with a big bath and a separate deluxe shower.
The apartment no. 2 is specific for its spacious, airy and bright atmosphere. It is also perfect for romantic stays, but can as well serve as a comfortable base for families with children.
Our restaurant is a very special place with a unique atmosphere, delicious cuisine and beverages of all kinds. The interior reminds of an old Mill with a capacity up to 150 people. There is a cozy patio outside on the bank of Vltava river. The patio takes another 100 guests. There is a beautiful view to the river, Krumlov Castle as well as the Cloak Bridge.Details
The Strojovna Bar
The popular bar is located in the premises of a former engine room of a 1930’s hydroelectric power station (“Strojovna” means “engine room” in Czech). The glass parts and the front wall offer views of a turbine and a mill wheel above the race. The bar and the restaurant share a big terrace over the river.Details