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Casa Mosului

Guesthouse | Strada Ghetii nr. 395, Cartisoara, Romania 557075


  • Car Parking
  • Self-catering Facilities
  • Lounge area
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • 24 hour reception
  • Restaurant
  • 24 hour hot showers
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Washing machines

Purchasable Extras

  • Airport Pickup USD 21.16
  • Breakfast USD 4.23

What's Included

  • Linen
  • Towel

Important Information

If cancelled 14 days before arrival is free of charge, otherwise the property can charge you 30% of the total amount as penalty. For "no shows" the full amount will be charged.

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 14 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.

Check-In/Out Details

Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00

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Being located near the center of the Cartisoara village, Casa Mosului welcomes you with the hospitality specific to the highlands. Read more

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About Casa Mosului

The people you will meet here, the high quality food and traditional drinks, as well as the 4-star accommodation will give you the recreation, comfort, serenity and relaxation you always wanted.

Casa Mosului villa offers 4-star housing conditions. The villa can accomodate 11 guests.

It has the following structure:

The ground floor

The attic

The ground floor includes:

living room (eating area, open fireplace, TV-cable, CD/DVD-player)


2 bathrooms

The living room is harmoniously divided, the open fireplace and the stairs made of stumps which leads to the attic, creates an unusual and original interior setting.

The rustic element prevails in the interior design without being overpowering. The rustic pieces have a real historical value and are hand made by a gifted artisan.

The kitchen is fully utilized: cooker, microwave oven, coffee pot, refrigerator, table, tableware, and toaster.

Accommodation Information

The attic has 5 rooms: 2 double rooms, 2 rooms with 2 beds and an apartment.

Each room has its own bathroom.

Three of the bedrooms have a balcony that looks out on the courtyard and has a special panorama of the Fagaras Mountains.

Goose feather pillows and blankets.

Television room with lcd screen and satellite channels.

The entrance area is cobbled with riverside stones and allows the parking of 5 cars. The courtyard is a green area having different fruit trees: apple trees, pear trees, plum trees, cherry trees, nut trees, special plants and flowers, all fed with the fresh water from the courtyard fountain. The courtyard has 1100 square meters.

The fresh air specific to the area invites you to use the alcove and the barbecue outside, to take a nap in the hammock, to read a book or to have a chat with your friends on the porch.

Location Information

1. Carta Monastery, the ancient Cistercian monastery in the Fagaras region, presently the protestant church of the local German community, located on the left river side of Olt, between the cities Sibiu and Fagaras, near by the localities Carta (the German Kerz, Hungarian Kerc) and Cartisoara (the german Oberkerz).

2. Fagaras Mountains are part of the Meridional Carpathians, being the most impressive, wild and spectacular mountain chain of Romania. From east to west it has approximately 70 km and from north to south about 45 km. Fagaras Mountains look like a huge spinal column oriented from east to west having the sides oriented from north and south.

3. Transfagarasan (trans+fagaras) or DN7C is one of the most spectacular roads in Romania. The road connects the historical region of Transilvania and Muntenia. It was meant to cross Fagaras Moutains, the highest mountain chain of the Romanian Mountains, which is a part of the Meridional Carpathians.
It was opened on the 20th December 1974 and it connects Arefu and Arges with Cartisoara and Sibiu. The road climbs near 2000 meters; the gradated road uses windings to climb being a challenge for any car; due to the windings and the rise, the average speed is around 40 km/h. The road is usually closed from late October until late June because of the snow which covers the road. It has more tunnels and viaducts than any other road in Romania; next to its highest altitude, at Balea Lake, it passes through the longest tunnel in Romania (aprox. 1000 m)

4. Balea Lake is a glacier lake (formed in a glacier cirque) situated at 2.040 m, in Fagaras Mountains, Sibiu county. The size of the lake: 360 m in length, surface of 46508 square meters and 11, 35 m depth. Balea Lake and around 180 hectares were declared, in 1932, scientific reservation.
5. Balea Waterfall
6. "The Ethnographic and Memorial Museum Badea Cartan"
7. Cartisoara Trout Farm
8. Brancoveanu Monatery, Sambata de Sus