• Pechy Castle
  • Pechy Castle
  • Pechy Castle
  • Pechy Castle
  • Pechy Castle

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At the 6th annual Seminar on hotel business and gastronomy, the Hotel & Gourmet Forum in Bratislava, Péchy Castle was awarded the price “Best Hotel Concept in 2010”.

In 2012, Péchy Castle was nominated in the category “Best Country Historic Hotel of Europe” among nine of the best international hotels in Europe.

One of seven the most romantic hotels in Europe: In 2016, Péchy Castle in Hermanovce has been ranked as one of the seven most romantic hotel destinations among the Historic Hotels of Europe. Click here to continue

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Romantic wedding

Enter the private estate of Péchy Castle and let the vibes of our romantic atmosphere indulge you. A three-hectare park with its elegant landscape and secret corners is ready to become the ideal place for your wedding. An airy white marquee for up to 150 guests, our private catering services, music, horse carriage ride, decoration etc. - we can offer you almost everything according to your needs and requests. At Péchy Castle you will truly enjoy the unforgettable atmosphere of your wedding day.

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Castle & Culture

Our traditional October cultural events:
INDIAN SUMMER in PÉCHY CASTLE within the international music festival LEVOČA INDIAN SUMMER:
2011, October 1: Zemlinský Quartet (Czech Republic)
2012, September 29: Haydn Baryton Trio of Budapest (Hungary) and friends
2013, October 5: Boris Lenko (accordion) / Jozef Lupták (cello) (Slovakia)
2014, October 11: Arata Yumi (violin) (Japan) / Jozef Lupták (cello) (Slovakia) Video
2015, October 10: Lotz Trio (basset horns) (Slovakia)
INDIAN SUMMER in PÉCHY CASTLE within the international music festival PRO MUSICA NOSTRA SAROSSIENSIS:
2018, October 20: Jana Boušková (harp) (Czech Republic) Video