We are happy to share the news that our accommodation is open! Our dream has come true, our seven independent two-person premium cabins are finally open to guests! Wrap yourself in autumn, book a stay in the embrace of a spacious meadow!

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„Jót s jól! Ebben áll a nagy titok!”
Kazinczy Ferenc

We will never forget the feeling that came over us on our first visit to the Őrség more than a decade ago. The attraction of the landscape is so strong that it gives the guests the experience of reconnecting with nature in silence.

Our long cherished dream came true with our independent accommodation, the Kástu cabins. Since Őrség is our home, and around the Pajta a community sharing our values has formed in the years since the opening of the restaurant, in addition to the culinary experiences, we wanted to make this closeness to nature possible for our guests to experience.

Kástu was missing to make the Pajta experience complete. The designer of our restaurant, Gábor U. Nagy, the Ybl and Károly Kós prize-winning architect, dreamed up seven modern, minimalist cabins for two people, built almost entirely of high-quality wood, in which outside and inside meet. You can see the starry sky from the bed and a spacious meadow from the shower. A wine cooler and premium filter coffee are available in the kitchenette for those returning to the shelter. Our houses are reminiscent of the two-story larder of the old guardsman called kástu, but in their form they have gained a new meaning as spaces for culinary and mental fulfillment that blend into the landscape and are outside the spatial force.

Kástu is 25 minutes walk from Pajta, in the heart of Őrség, is the place where couples looking for quietness and intimacy, travelers looking for a breather, a gastronomic experience, hikers who want to be close to nature, culinary explorers coming for shorter or longer periods, but also corporate groups of up to fourteen people.

Book your accommodation or ask for our package offer for the complete Pajta experience!

The KÁSTU project was implemented with funding provided by the Kisfaludy Tourism Development Program.