Malá Skála

 zimní pohled na Pantheonpohled na Malou skálu ze Záborčímalá Skála-roubená chaloupka

 The first historical mention of Malá Skála was made at the end of the 14th century. In the year 1425, the castle Vranov was built on the rocky ridge above the town of Vranov by the Valdštejn family. Ownership of the castle held by several noble families over the subsequent century. One of the last owners was František Zachariáš Römisch, who built today's Pantheon on the ruin of the old castle. Malá Skála, as we know it today, was formed in the year 1953 by merging ten independent towns.

Reaching Malá Skála is very easy. You can easily travel to Malá Skála by car, as well as by bus and train. The pension is a 5 minute walk from the bus stop and train station. There are 3 restaurants, a grocery store, a pizzeria and a pastry shop close to the pension.