Finding an ideal pension (b&b) in Galanta does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Penzion and Restaurant Toldi, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a desk, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the pension (b&b).
The property also boasts an on-site restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
Neo-Gothic castle (1.7 mi), located nearby, makes Penzion and Restaurant Toldi a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Galanta landmark.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Galanta Indian restaurants such as Tearoom Surya, which is a short distance from Penzion and Restaurant Toldi.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular history museum like Vlastivedne muzeum, which is a short distance from the pension (b&b).
Penzion and Restaurant Toldi puts the best of Galanta at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My mother's 60th birthday celebrations, 23 guest. When we have arrived champagne was already poured out on in glasses on the tables - getting warm. We felt rushed through the whole diner. The table was cleared after the main course too quickly. When we asked for the bill, the waiter scribbled down on piece of paper with more volumes of items added on as we had. For still water we were charged 170 x 0.25cl - what does this even mean ? We were charged for 21 jugs of lemonade instead of 14...and almost all the other items on the bill had raised volume by one or two. Waiter was rude and we were obviously cheated on the bill. He input all the items in the till only after I insisted that I won't pay till I get a proper bill. Don't go there if you expect good standard honest hospitality. Food was very good and we had nice get together as a family.…
The room was too hot! Over 35 degrees. We can’t sleep all nights. No air conditions, and the traffic of the street is so intensive so impossible to open windows to make fresh. Bed is ok. Only this. Price for one dog is 10€ (too much, dogs sleeps in the terrace). Owner said she never receive the mail about dogs... Breakfast: yogurt and packaged brioches so we didn’t eat here (4€)... None is in the hotel during the day so there isn’t security. The room wasn’t clean for 3 days... Room is dark mood. With fearful pictures of old faces... None discount for the too hot rooms...girl said “it’s like this here”. Terrible. For the same price we can reserve something where there is AC in the room and maybe not too traffic.
Prijemne originálne retro prostredie, prehľadná ponuka jedál, dobrá kuchyňa - mohla by byt aj výborná ale majú to tak na striedačku. Nikdy však jedlo neurazí! Fajn obsluha . Určite sa niekedy vrátim. Je to taka oáza v gastropekle V okoli Galanty a Šale :D
We were in the area for a night and after looking over the other offerings on the internet this looked like the place for us.. There is good reason this looks like a Hungrian country Czarda style inn because this is in fact a Hungrian speaking regions of Slovakia. We followed the advice of another reviewer and kicked out a few extra euro for the " apartment " room which was indeed spacious: A living room attached to bedroom with a very comfortable bed.. Run by 2 very attractive sisters the welcome was warm and the breakfast satisactory the next day..We were very happy with our dinner served in a remodeled wine cellar... There was a nice blaze burning in the corner fireplace which was welcome on a cold evening..We had the foie gras with apples to start and for the mains duck breast and the "Toldi Sword" ,a kind of mixed grill ,served shashlik style.. Very tasty...House wines were served by the class and beer by the bottle...…
We had a surprisingly good lunch in the cellar restaurant here a few years ago and on that occasion were shown some of its bedrooms; we liked the look of them and when we visited dear friends recently decided to stay there and invite them for dinner. We opted for the best room, the Residence ‘Apartment’, which had a separate sitting room and was very pleasant. It overlooked the main street but was not unduly noisy. Dinner this time was served on the covered off-street terrace, so sheltered it is almost a separate room. Like last time, we opted for the bean soup and ‘meč’ (sword) for our main course, an impressive concoction of meats, peppers, onions and tomatoes served individually on a large skewer – a pity that, this time, it was no more than lukewarm…The wine list has some nice Slovak and Hungarian wines (this is, traditionally, a largely Hungarian-speaking part of Slovakia). We were asked what time we wanted to have breakfast and saw the relief on the pretty young female manager’s face when we told her about 8.30am because she then said that she would have been under pressure earlier on. Breakfast is taken in the small reception area; it was perfectly OK though the bread did not seem to be fresh. This is a quirky little place, friendly and not expensive.…