Article compiled by H Vos (Vossie), SCC member
The IPA House Velem is situated in the village of Velem, Vas County, Hungary. Velem dates back to 1279 and is situated in the Kőszeg Mountains, in a region known as Alpokalja (Lower Alps). It boasts a picturesque environment and healthy climate.
Velem is a well-known tourist resort and holiday centre due to its favourable climate. The clean air is excellent for treating respiratory diseases. One of the sights of the village is the House of Crafts which showcases traditional folk arts.
Nearby are many towns with historical centres, such as Sopron and Kőszeg in Hungary, Lockenhaus and Lackenbach in Austria, as well as spas and thermal baths at Szombathely, Bük, Szentgotthárd and Sárvár in Hungary, Lutzmannsburg and Bad Tatzmannsdorf in Austria.
One of the best known annual events is the famous Chestnut Feast in October.
Set in a large garden on the edge of a forest next to the Austrian border, the IPA House has 2 bedrooms and accommodates 4 people.
The house has running water, electricity, TV, waste removal, sewage, gas, bedding, towels and laundry facilities.
The property also benefits from gas central heating and air-conditioning
The living room provides a TV, a DVD player, and a TV broadcast UPC Direct satellite
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