Hortobágy Inn

Hortobágy Inn

 

Address: H-4071 Hortobágy, Petőfi tér
Phone number: +3652/589-000
+3658/369-140
 
 

The Hortobágy Inn, built along the „salt road” on the river Hortobágy next to the tax collector’s office / post office in 1699, was rebuilt and extended several times and eventually gained its present form at the beginning of the 19th century. The life of the inn was closely linked to the adjacent bridge and the cart shed that was a typical feature of inns situated along major roads and river crossings. The famous Nine-Arch-Bridge was built from blocks of tuff and ashlars from the neighbouring hills between 1827 and 1833. Bridge fairs have always been important events in the life of the Puszta and the inn played a significant role therein: whenever a good bargain was made, the partners normally celebrated this by having a drink here. In the course of history, many famous people, notabilities, artists and scholars have visited the famous Hortobágy Inn. Today, travellers and tourists are heartily welcomed at this three-hundred-year-old inn.

 
 
 

Opening hours:

 
Opening hours Wednesday-Sunday Monday-Tuesday
12-31 March, April: 10.00-16.00 closed
May, June: 9.00-17.00 closed
July, August: 9.00-18.00
September: 9.00-17.00 closed
October: closed closed
1 November - December-11 March: closed
   

 

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