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Accommodation / Hungary / Veszprém county / Pápa /

Edvy Malom Guesthouse Pápa

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Among Hungarian towns radiating historical atmosphere Pápa is among the most beautiful ones with its baroque heritage.

This accommodation is participating in our no deposit or free cancellation booking program.

Edvy Malom Guesthouse
Pápa, 91 Gyimóti út Street

47.32405, 17.48701

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Reviews by real guests, who used Travelminit for booking


based on 4 reviews

Value for money81%






3 months ago
with family
leisure purpose



a year ago
as couple
leisure purpose

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a year ago



3 years ago
with family
leisure purpose




Sleeps20 (8 rooms, 8 bathrooms)
Operating periodopen throughout the year
Check-inafter 16
Check-outbefore 10
Pets allowedyes · payable
Smokingnot allowed
Spoken languagesHungarian, English, German
Booking and cancellation policies

50% should be payed as a deposit in 3 working days by bank transfer after the confirmation of the booking! The remaining amount is to be paid at the accommodation.

Free cancellation until 3 days before check-in! 50% of the total price will be charged in case of cancellation within 3 days before check-in.

In case of no-show 50% of the total price will be charged.

Accepted payment methodsCash
Bank transfer
Bank transfer
VISA / Mastercard
OTP SZÉP Kártya / MKB SZÉP Kártya / K&H SZÉP Kártya
Tourist TAX$ 1.5 /person/night.
Not included in price. Payable for persons above 18 years, for each started night.

Facilities and services

  • Garden / Yard / Greenbelt
  • Parking
  • Sauna
  • Meal
  • Internet / WiFi · free
  • Heating · free

COVID-19 prevention measures

Safety features for everyone
  • Sanitizer dispenserSanitizer gel dispenser placed in common areas (entrance, hallway, reception, etc.)
  • Marked waiting placesMarked and defined "recommended social distance".
  • Display informational messagesOn proper hand washing, social distance, prevention of COVID-19.
  • Eating in different time intervalsIdőpont egyeztetés.
  • Distance between tables1.5 m
Preventive measures for staff safety
  • Wearing masks and glovesThe cleaning staff wears masks and gloves in order to minimise contact with guests.
Preventive measures for client safety
  • Decreased accommodation capacityGradual marketing of rooms in order to avoid excessive congestion in common areas, and interaction between guests.
Check-in / Payment
  • Online check-in, check-outYou can manage your booking online on your phone, thus there are no useless interactions.
  • Pre-agreed check-inMutually agreed and established check-in time.
  • Contactless/POS paymentCard payment in order to avoid physical interaction.
Cleaning with professional sanitizers
  • Of the common surfaces (handles, switches, access cards, etc.)Cleaning of the common surfaces with sanitizers recommended by the authorities.
  • In common areasCleaning of the common areas multiple times daily (hallway, elevator, reception, terrace, etc.)
  • General cleaning multiple times dailyIncreased focus on sanitation in guests' rooms.

Guest reviews about COVID-19 measures

based on the first review


3 months ago
with family
leisure purpose




Among Hungarian towns radiating historical atmosphere Pápa is among the most beautiful ones with its baroque heritage.

Pápa was in its prime in the 18th century as the centre of estates of the Eszterházy family.

Fő tér or Main Square, the small streets and residential buildings in its environs and the Palace of Count Eszterházy were built in this age. Thanks to the abundant Tapolca Brook the vicinity of the town was a paradise of water mills.

Leaving its springs, the brook started to drive the first mill at Forrásfő after only a 200m route. The history of Pápa is inseparable from mills.

The first plausible mentioning of the settlement in 1061 occurred also in connection a transaction affecting a mill: Comes Ottó "...molam in Papa..." - donated a mill to the abbey established by himself. From the very beginning, mills didn't serve exclusively grinding of cereals, but were used for cloth milling or wood sawing (saw mills), as well. Tapolca Brook powered the following mills: Forrásfő Mill, Forrásfő Cloth Mill, Tapolcafő noble Comnitz Mill,

Simaháza Bishop's Mill, Simaháza Chapter Mill or Cloth Mill, Döbrés Mill, Zavar Mill, Papiros (paper) Mill, Hatkerekű (six-wheel) Mill, Igal Mill, Sávoly Mill, Csinger Mill, Nagyhantai Cloth Mill, Bogáts Mill, Agyaglik "camerális" Mill, Kishanta or Benediktus Mill, Hódoska or Uk Mill, Kapitány (Captain's) Mill at Szélesvíz section, Város (town) Mill, Tízes ( number ten) Mill, Mester or Marok Mill, Parochiális (parochial) or Pap (priest) Mill, Küllü

Mill (donated by the Garai family to the Order of Saint Paul the First Hermit at Porva), Fehér Mill, Borsosgyőr Mill, Asszonyfalva Mill, Börhend Mill, Upper Acsád Mill, Lower Acsád Mill, Alsógörzsöny Mill, Felsőgörzsöny Mill and Marcaltő Mill. Regrettably water mills lost the competition against rolling mills by the end of the 19th century. In spite of this fact, many of them remained in the business form a long time to the benefit of the locals. But the nationalization process after WWII put an end to their historical carrier. Some of them were immediatelly stopped while others continued their operation as "kolkhoz" graining plant. Flour appeared on the shelves of stores soon, and nobody sent his grain to the mills to have it ground. No private person had grain anymore: all plough lands were communized by the socialist cooperatives. Large mill buildings became warehouses or residential houses for several families. Nobody took care of their protection afterwards. Their building material became prey and were re-used as construction material or fuel. Some of them tumbled down... Today there is not a single mill in Pápa, the town of mills where the reminiscences of this ancient profession could be illustrated like in an industrial monument.

But this will not be so longer...

The last owner of Hódoska or Uk Mill was Károly Edvy therefore this is also called as Edvy Mill. In 2001, the grand child of Károly Edvy, Mr Csaba Sántha bought the building back and started the renovation of the mill and at the same time the construction of the guest house.

If there is anything we can do to make your stay more enjoyable, please let us know and we will be keen to help wherever possible.

At the end of your stay, you will find a short feedback form in your room to help us understand the areas of our service that you value most and areas where we can improve.

We are committed to acting on this feedback to ensure that we continue to deliver great service to our guests

  • How much does one night cost on average at Edvy Malom Guesthouse?

    On the average, a room at Edvy Malom Guesthouse costs $ 16.7. Access the detailed description of the rooms!
  • Which payment methods are accepted?

    Accepted payment methods of Edvy Malom Guesthouse: Cash (HUF), Bank transfer, VISA / Mastercard and OTP SZÉP Kártya / MKB SZÉP Kártya / K&H SZÉP Kártya. Access the booking policy of the accommodation!
  • What room types are there?

    The room types in Edvy Malom Guesthouse which can be booked are: Standard room for 2 persons, Superior room for 2 persons with 2 beds, Superior room for 2 persons with double bed and Family room for 4 persons. Access the detailed description of the rooms!
  • What types of meals does it offer and how much do they cost?

    The Edvy Malom Guesthouse offers the following types of meals: Breakfast ($ 8.1/pers/day), Dinner ($ 11.4/pers/day) and Half board ($ 19.5/pers/day). Access price list!
  • What time is check-in and check-out?

    You can check-in from 16 and you have to check-out until 10. Access the booking policy of the accommodation!

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