About Ambiance Guest House
The Ambiance Guesthouse is a comfortable place in a very quiet area, near the edge of Piatra Neamt, on the road to Bicaz, with a beautiful garden, full of flowers and green spaces. The Guesthouse has its own kitchen, capable of preparing and cooking any food requests.
This hotel is available as part of any tailor made holiday with Rediscover the World.
Accommodation: The Ambiance has seven rooms, two of which can accommodate a family, others are for 2/3 persons max. All rooms have their own bathroom and TV and one of the rooms on the 1st floor has a balcony.
The welcoming hosts will do their best to make you feel as comfortable as possible; and be sure that they will welcome you with the same affection - every single time! In front of the house there is parking for 10 cars which means each room has its own parking space and your car will be safe here during the night. In the garden, there is a pagoda, trees, flowers, green grass and stunning view of the surrounding countryside. There is also the inner terrace (in case of bad weather), central heating, barbeque, table tennis, sauna, lounge with TV & DVD player, stereo system, fireplace, wireless or wired internet access, room-service, fax.
The Ambiance Guesthouse has a kitchen, capable of meeting any food requests. You can relax or eat right in the Guesthouse, anytime of the day.
"We were met by the link tour operators who were charming and cheerful. We were able to see many of the sites of Bucharest the following day, and the trip around the other parts of Romania over the subsequent week was brilliantly organised. The historical buildings, both religious and secular were stunning, and the young guide who took us around was knowledgeable, accomodating, and lovely to be with. Marvellous. If you have any preconceptions of Romania, they are likely to be wrong. It is a clean, bright country with excellent infrastructure, including much better Wifi speeds everywhere than most of the UK. The guide made it possible to visit small museums and 'cottage industries' such as a rural tile maker, which involved a pony cart ride, none of which would have been possible without her local knowledge. A thoroughly memorable and enjoyable experience."
J Stokes, October 2014