Madarász Vendégház - Nyúl

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Nyúl is situated at the  foot of the Sokoró Hills  in the Pannonhalma wine region, near Győr, in Győr-Moson-Sopron County, in the West of Hungary. The village is easily accessible by road or by rail. On the M1 motorway at Győr, take the exit towards Pannonhalma and Balaton (road number 82). Nyúl is 5 kilometres from the motorway exit. Nyúl is on the Győr-Bakony-Veszprém train line.

Madarász Guest House is situated at the foot of a hilly, 10,000sqm vinyard, which has belonged to our family for over 100 years. All our cozy and comfortable guest rooms have en-suite bathrooms and beautiful views of of the surrounding hills: Váci Hill, Lányi Hill, Pilis and Rigós. You can enjoy the fresh and clean air and stargaze by open windows ,and your wake-up call will be provided by the birds of the forest. Guests arriving by car are benefiting from free and secure parking.

Our function room, with a built-in beehive oven, can accommodate up to 40 people for a sit down meal, let it be a family reunion, class reunion, birthday or nameday celebration, wedding, leaving do, meeting, corporate event, etc.
You can taste our wines at the wine cellar, which dates back to hundreds of years, and have a look at a 1849 hand-carved wine-press and other vintage wine-making equipment at the presshouse. Our food from the wood-fired ovens is prepared using our ancestors’ cooking method.
We also prepre and deliver cold buffet and cold platters for a minimum of 10 people.

Our further services:

-        Packed lunch and picnic hampers
-        Preparation and sale of local produce 
-        Demonstration of the wine making process
-        Wine cellar visit
-        Wine and pálinka tasting
-        Tasting of local seasonal fresh fruit
-        Guided tours on local tourist paths
-        GPS based treasure hunt in the surrounding forests (own equipment is required)
-        Bicycle hire
-        Angling equipment hire
-        Hanging bowling
-        Garden to relax at
-        Local and regional tourist publications and maps
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