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Our guest house

When we first visited this area, we were struck by the sight of the mountains, the scents, St. George’s Hill, Badacsony, Szigliget, Lake Balaton. We have formulated what it would be like to have a holiday home here. We followed this desire and bought a small press house that was completely renovated and took possession of it. The following year we bought the adjacent house, renovated it, furnished it as if we had made it ourselves. After a lot of landscaping, after a full water-electricity channel change, after some grassing, bushing, terrace building and air-conditioning  the house has won its current status, known as Dandelion Guest House. Love was at first sight of this place, we still enjoy our favorite place, on a hilltop, from where we can reach endless distance.



St. George Hill and area:

Our quiet village, Kisapáti, is located 4 km from the famous Basalt organ of St. George Hill, 6 km from Badacsony. There are five bigger mountains: the hills of St. George, Szigliget, Csobánc, Gulácsi, the hill of Badacsony, a magnificent panorama for our eyes. Lake Balaton Beach in Szigliget 15 minutes, with a hiking trail, boating in the Tapolca Cave, evening walk around the mill, conquering Csobánc, easy hiking to St. George’s Hill, plenty of program opportunities, endless tranquility in this area that you can offer.


Our village:

The village with its 365 inhabitants lies in the magnificent Tapolca Basin, on the eastern side of St. George’s Hill, famous for its beautiful basalt organs. At the end of the 1100s, written records of the settlement were found, but specifically in the middle of the 13th century, our settlement appeared in the records by name. The Chapel of the Holy Cross in Kisapáti eventually became the property of the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma as a result of the multiple changes of the owner. The town got the name of the abbot. To this day, the chapel has been lucky enough to survive the times, so it is the oldest building in Kisapáti, which is maintained continuously. The XVII. In the 17th century, the inhabitants of the village moved to the area of ​​the village, and in 1777 the church was built. Some of the population lived in the cultivation of vineyards on St. George’s Hill, but this is just an income supplement. You can see a well-kept village picture coming to the town. (source: Kisapáti Municipality website)