"Kozle" is a charming, large comfortable chalet situated in the village of Dospei, close to the international ski resort of Borovets. Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Rila mountain.
The recently renovated accommodation is currently on two floors with comfortable sleeping for six/eight and briefly comprises; Dining hall with table and seating for eight; Dining kitchen newly equipped to a high standard with , washing machine , cooker, large fridge freezer and dining table and chairs. Lounge with open fire place, three piece suite with bed setee. This is quite comfortable for two if there are eight in the party. Extra duvet and pillows are provided. Downstairs toilet, hallway and stairs to the first floor.
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed and wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 with king-sized double bed and wardrobe with views over the garden and to the forest beyond.
Luxurious Italian tiled bathroom with shower, toilet and basin.
Bedroom 3 has two single beds and looks over the forest and up into the valley and the stream that runs past the property.
Large open air balcony (from hallway) for soaking up the sun perhaps with a chilled glass of excellent Bulgarian wine.
‘Kozle’ occupies a tranquil forested location at the end of a sleepy village close to the Borovets ski resort and is surrounded by pine forests. The village square is a few minutes srtoll away and has three cafe/bars and two or three shops selling groceries and fresh local produce.
The house is ideally suited to those who like activity but need a peaceful bolt hole to get away from it all.
Splendid views of the forests and the wildlife. There is a Golden Eagle in the area as well! This is a nice place to put your feet up read a book or have lunch. There is a door (from the hallway) and stairs to a third floor that in 2006 will provide a penthouse suite for two more people. Outside, ’Kozle’ is surrounded by garden and has fabulous views into the forests beyond. A small stream passes by the house on the other side of the garden fence.
Activities Walking/Hiking/ Fishing/ Skiing/Snowboarding/Bird watching/Sight seeing to the Rila Monastery, Plovdiv, Sofia and so many other places, Shopping/Picnicking/ Relaxing/Sailing & boating/Visit the local markets for organic produce, bric-a-brac and ‘designer clothing’ at a fraction of UK prices. Location; Samokov ~5 minutes. Sofia~ 1hr;
Plovdiv 1 1/2 hr, Borovets 20 minutes by car. Taxis and car hire are readily available in Sofia.There are taxis available per trip or per day in the Samokov and Borovets area. Please email or phone if you’ve any questions queries! We can email more pictures if you like!
Phone or email David & Sue Barker for BROCHURE (we’ll need an address to send it to!) or visit the website.
Borovets is a synonym of beautiful scenery and great skiing!
Borovets has got the lot and is number one ski resort in Bulgaria. It was Bulgaria's first ski resort of any size, dating from the 19th century when it was only known to an exclusive few- but now every one has the opportunity to experience the fun- paked, snow filled spectacular destination!
Set amidst the majestic forest- clad Rila Mountais, once a hunting ground for Bulgarian Kings, Borovets is now internationally renowned. Quite rightly, skiing is its prime concern and Borovets is justly popular with all grades of skiers, with a setting that's near perfect.
One of the most beautiful mountains of Bulgaria is Rila. There are more than 150 lakes at an altitude from 2100 to 2500 m. The highest lake is the highest one on the Balkan peninsula and lies at 2, 786 m at the foot of Mt Moussala. The hottest mineral spring with temperature of 102 C is located at Sapareva Banya resort.
Though it lacks the cachet of antiquity, SAMOKOV can boast a tradition of skilled craft work second to none in Bulgaria. Founded as a mining community in the fourteenth century, it soon became one of the busiest manufacturing centres in the Turkish empire (its name derives from the Bulgarian verb "to forge"), where all kinds of crafts guilds flourished, particularly weavers and tailors, who turned flax (still a major product) into uniforms for the Ottoman army. From the seventeenth century until the end of Turkish rule, Samokov's stature eclipsed that of Sofia and Kyustendil - and was raised even higher by the artistry of its woodworkers and painters, who decorated Bulgaria's finest monasteries. Nowadays the town is famous as the centre of Bulgaria's most prolific potato-growing area, and you'll see sacks of the things sold by roadside hawkers on your journey into town. Though foreign tourists from nearby Borovets are sometimes bussed in to wander around during the day.
The owners of "Kozle" offer the great athmosphere of a small village hause. they have prepared all kinds of small details just to make their guests happy and satisfied.
You can experience a different holliday far from the noise of the city. Enjoy the charm of the real vergin nature!
Also available to you are airport transfers to the chalet if required .During the skiing season we are able to organise ski and lift passes ,tuition for ski and snowboarding and other services all of which are available to you at nominal extra cost, payable upon arrival.Details of these extras are available on a seperate sheet. Please request this when asking for further details.