Accommodation in Bohemian Paradise
Malá Skála is nestled in a picturesque valley of the river Jizera, surrounded by rock formation Suché skály to the east and ridge Vranov with dramatic ruins of the Vranov rock castle and Panteon dominating the view on the west side of the village.
The spectacular countryside surrounding this little village is an explorer’s dream, a stunning landscape intertwined with network of hiking and biking trails. A gateway to Český ráj (Bohemian Paradise), with countless rock-climbing opportunities, lakes and rivers ideal for canoeing and kayaking, and a home to many chateaus and medieval castles dating back to the 14th century. Malá Skála is superbly positioned, offering a central base for visitors to explore this beautiful and unique region.
It wasn’t until I moved to Prague, and time I got to spend home was limited to weekend visits, that I have come to realise how lucky we’d been to live in this beautiful place and how much this stunning village has to offer. Despite having opportunity to travel extensively and live overseas, I know now there’s no other place like Malá Skála. Everything I love and need is right here!
When I was given the opportunity to renovate an 1848 farm-house, a former ‘Hostinec Josefa Müllera (Josef Müller‘s Inn) my great-great-grandparents used to own and run many moons ago, I did not hesitate and embarked on the challenge. It’s taken a long 5 years to complete this project, but with the help of my dad and my partner, we now have the pleasure of welcoming you to our Apartment Lavanda.
Prices are per room, based on twin share and inclusive of all taxes and charges. Extra person charges apply. Minimum stay may apply to bookings for stay during high season (1 July – 31 August), Saturday to Saturday stays preferred.
Plan your visit
There's a great number of fun adventure activities suitable for all ages available year-round and just a short distance away from Mala Skala. You will find some tips for day trips and activities for the whole family on this site.