When the world-famous Hungarian writer Jokai Mor fled Budapest in 1849 to stay out of the grip of the Habsburgs, he found a hiding place in Tardona. Away from the noise of the big city. No stress, no worries. He came to rest and wrote a book in which he lyrical expands on his new temporary home with its beautiful forests and fields.
The village of Tardona, 2 hours north east of Budapest, still has that quality of relaxation and tranquility almost 170 years later. A place to come to yourself in the middle of untouched nature. An environment without trodden paths of tourism, no highways. At night you often see beautiful starry skies and the air is clean.
At the edge of the village is the villa, whose backyard overflows into the Bukk National Park. While enjoying a delicious Hungarian wine on one of the terraces of the villa around sunset, you can see deer from the edge of the forest grazing over the fields. This is enjoyment.
This region is an unknown part of Hungary, with many pleasant surprises, because the region has much to offer: thermal baths, castles, picturesque villages, vineyards, beautiful nature and friendly people. Because of these properties this region is called "the Tuscany of Hungary". The villa can be rented in its entirety for groups up to 12 people.