8315 Gyenesdiás, Kossuth Lajos utca 89.


The Sportshouse has four double rooms as well as an apartment consisting of a double bedroom and a single bedroom. All the rooms are air-conditioned and extra beds are available if required. In addition, there is a TV, a mini-bar and security safe in all rooms. On request: breakfast (1000 HUF/person/day), half board (3000 HUF/person/day). Dogs are welcomed(1000 HUF/day). Our services: We offer you two air-conditioned Squash courts for your enjoyment plus, naturally, racquets are also available and should you so wish. The Sportshouse has two air-conditioned bowling lanes. Because bowling makes you thirsty you will find a separate bar available with Guinness and Radeberger on tap, cocktails, various refreshing soft drinks in the bowling area itself. In the Sporthouse we have various types of cardio-training equipment (covering the whole exercise ranges) Including a cross-over machine for step and arms training, cycling machine and a cardio-vascular arm machine. In addition, we have an infra sauna for 3 persons and a standing solarium. In our house, we have a skilled masseur (you need a previous compliance). In the menu card, we can find healthy but delicious foods. (Hungarian, international etc).
Furthermore, in the corner of the restaurant, we have snooker, reading corner also with comfortable chairs and newspapers.

Equipment of the room (Apartment)

Bedclothes Balcony, terraceDouble bed Bathroom with showerChildren bedHairdryerrefrigerantAir-conditionSingle bedRoom for disable people Satellite / cable TVNo smoking roomsExtra bedRoom safeiron

Payment facilities

TransferCashCash: Euro (€)SZÉP card

Baby friendly services

Babaszék, etetőszékChildren’s bathing tubGarden toys, sand boxCrib

Sport, movement



Without mealsHalf-board Breakfast Full-boardVegetarian cuisine


Parking in the street

General information

Own garden, yardWI-FI, access of broadband internet
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8315 Gyenesdiás, Kossuth Lajos utca 89.

0,2 km Historical Avar exhibition (hu) A páratlanul gazdag, tárlókban elhelyezésre kerülő leletanyag érdekes bepillantást enged a honfoglalás előtti időkbe. Gyenesi Szent Ilona kápolna 0,3 km Saint Helen’s Church of Gyenes In 1807 the inhabitants of the vineyard of Gyenes, which used to belong to the town of Keszthely at the time decided to build a chapel to worship God. Kerámiaház 0,5 km Pottery House and Miska Cottage The nearly 160 year old mud-walled and reed-roofed house was restored in 1992. 0,7 km The Darnay Cellar Cool down in the beautiful garden of the ancient Darnay cellar, taste fruity wines and delicious meals. Diási Havas Boldogasszony Kápolna 0,8 km The Blessed Virgin’s Church of Diás The chapel was built in 1894 and was consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Vadlánlik 1,0 km Vadlánlik-cave The cave, which is as large as a room has been carved out by the wind. It is a rare natural phenomenon, which the locals simply refer to as “Vadlánlik”. Antikkályha magángyűjtemény 1,1 km Antique Ovens - Private Collection The collection of 400 cast iron ovens, which is completely unique in the country, has been renovated based on original catalogues by the passionate collector, Vaszkó Emő herself. 1,1 km Marketplace Gyenesdiás Come and take a stroll through the market, and you will spend a great time there. 1,1 km Nature's House visitor centre (hu) Keszthelyi-hegység élővilága állandó kiállítás, tematikus programok, túrák, előadások Kőbánya 1,2 km Stone quarry The former stone quarry is a fascinating, huge crater today which captivates all passers by. 1,5 km Statue of Virgin Mary Great view from the hill. 1,7 km The Festetics Look-Out Tower The 235 m high look-out tower which was named after the Festetics family was rebuilt in the year 2000, which is easily accessible on the tourist path starting from the Big Meadow. Nagymező 1,7 km The Big Meadow The western gate of the Balaton Highlands National Park is a popular center for outings, called the Big Meadow (in Hungarian “Nagymező”).