The Zrubova Chata Panorama Family is a beautiful log house with a sauna that you are sure to love. It is in Habovka, Slovakia. This vacation rental has a patio and free parking for its guests. On days when the weather is nice, guests can go outside to enjoy the chalet’s outdoor fireplace or just rest. The chalet has a deck and views of the mountains. It has 5 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, a flat-screen TV, a kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven, and 4 bathrooms with a walk-in shower. There are towels and bed sheets in the log cabin. There is also a stove and a place to sit. Guests at the log cabin will be able to do things like go hiking in Habovka and the area around it. At the chalet complex, there are grills, and people can relax in the yard or have a picnic in the picnic area. Orava Castle is 27 km away, and Aquapark Tatralandia is 32 km away from Zrubova Chata Panorama Family. The airport closest to the place to stay is Poprad-Tatry Airport, which is 90 km away.
Habovka is in the Zilina Region of Slovakia. It has a wide range of things to see and do, which makes it a great place to visit. The Zilina region is the third largest in Slovakia. It is in the northern part of the country and has a lot of beautiful valleys, rivers, streams, and hills that climbers come from all over the world to climb. Many events are held on the land of Zilina. Sports that were very famous in the area and around the world. Zilina is a city in central Slovakia that makes things. It has a cute and walking downtown area and is surrounded by the huge Mala Fatra mountain range. Zilina didn’t have a good time in the 19th century. In just 40 years, the city burned down twice and an earthquake hit in 1858.
Because of these problems, the city’s center is in a nice Neoclassical style from the end of the 19th century, and wooden houses have been replaced by stone homes. So streets like National Trieda and the wide room of St. Mary’s Square feel very grand. On the other side of the Vah is the picture-postcard view of Budatin Castle, which just reopened with a museum about the area.
The Buda Castle. This castle was built in the 1200s to collect tolls at the point where the Vah and Kysuca Rivers meet. From the 15th century to the end of World War II, the building was owned by only two families: the Sunogs and then the Csakys. A lot of changes have been made to it over the years, mostly in the 16th century when it was turned into a Renaissance house and again in the 1800s after it was damaged in the 1848 Austrian Empire Revolutions. The castle was closed for most of the last decade while it was being fixed up, but it has just started to open again. You can now go up the tower and see the church and museum inside.