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    Complex Forest Nook is located in ski resort Pamporovo, 600 meters from the ski slopes and ski lifts of Studenets.

    Complex Forest Nook offers accommodation in double rooms, studios, apartments with one or two bedrooms and villas.

    Double rooms consist of one room that has a double bed or two twin beds. Bathroom with shower and toilet. Maximum occupancy - 2 pax.

    One bedroom apartments have two rooms, a bedroom and a living room with sofa bed and kitchen equipment. Bathroom with shower and toilet. Maximum capacity - 2 + 2 pax.

    Two-bedroom apartments have three rooms - two bedrooms and a living room with sofa bed and kitchen equipment. Bathroom with shower and toilet. Maximum capacity - 4 + 2 pax.

    The villas have 2 floors. On the first floor there is a living room with sofa bed, kitchen facilities and a fireplace. On the second floor there are two bedrooms and two separate bathrooms. Maximum capacity - 4 + 2 pax.

    DAN Travel recommends the hotel for:
    - Ski tourism
    - Holiday in the mountain
    - Couples
    - Families with children
    - Youth
    Features:
    Distances from:
    • Ski slopes: 600 m
    Hotel equipment and offerings:
    • Reception
    All accommodation units are equipped with:
    • TV
    • Satellite television
    • LAN Internet access
    • Mini bar
    • Cable TV
    • Kitchen equipment: yes
    • DVD-Player
    Meals:
    • Мain restaurant
    • Night bar
    • Lobby bar
    Sport & Entertainment:
    • Indoor pool
    • Gym
    • Jacuzzi
    • Sauna
    • Steam bath
    • Billiards
    • Massage
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    • Double room Overnight accommodation02.08.2021 - 09.08.2021
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    • Apartment 1 BedroomOvernight accommodation02.08.2021 - 09.08.2021
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    • Apartment 2 BedroomsOvernight accommodation02.08.2021 - 09.08.2021
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    • Bungalow Villa - 2 BedroomsOvernight accommodation02.08.2021 - 09.08.2021
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    • Double room SPECIAL OFFER FOR STAY IN LOW SEASONBreakfast and dinner02.08.2021 - 09.08.2021
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    • Apartment 1 спалня - СПЕЦИАЛНА ОФЕРТА ЗА НАСТАНЯВАНЕ В НИСЪК СЕЗОН Breakfast and dinner02.08.2021 - 09.08.2021
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    Per nightMin. personsMin stay01.12. - 28.12.
    12.01. - 01.04.
    04.01. - 12.01.
    28.12. - 04.01.
    1. Double room
    Overnight accommodation
    21 78.86 102.95
    23 164.29
    2. Apartment 1 Bedroom
    Overnight accommodation
    21 96.38 124.86
    23 197.15
    3. Apartment 2 Bedrooms
    Overnight accommodation
    41 135.81 168.67
    43 251.91
    4. Bungalow Villa - 2 Bedrooms
    Overnight accommodation
    41 168.67 219.05
    43 328.58
    Per person per nightMin. personsMin stay01.12. - 23.12.
    12.01. - 01.04.
    5. Double room SPECIAL OFFER FOR STAY IN LOW SEASON
    Breakfast and dinner
    21 39.43 48.19
    6. Apartment 1 спалня - СПЕЦИАЛНА ОФЕРТА ЗА НАСТАНЯВАНЕ В НИСЪК СЕЗОН
    Breakfast and dinner
    21 54.76

    Supplements

    Per person per nightMin stay01.01. - 01.01.
    Breakfast supplement for child
    (valid for: 1, 2, 3, 4)
    1 4.38
    Breakfast supplement for adult
    (valid for: 1, 2, 3, 4)
    1 6.57
    Dinner supplement for adult
    (valid for: 1, 2, 3, 4)
    1 15.33
    Dinner supplement for child
    (valid for: 1, 2, 3, 4)
    1 8.76

    Discounts

    Per night01.12. - 23.12.
    12.01. - 01.04.
    Discount for one adult (from 12 years old) on additional bed
    (valid for: 6)
    33.25
    Discount for children (6-11,99) on extra bed
    (valid for: 6)
    17.60
    Discount for child (0-5.99) on extra bed
    (valid for: 6)
    - 100.00 %
  • Pamporovo is one of the most famous ski resorts in Bulgaria, well known to lovers of snow sports in the world. Located in the central part of the Rhodopi Mountain at 1650 m altitude at the foot of Mount Snejanka. The climate is characterized by mild winters with over 240 sunny days which makes Pamporovo the sunniest mountain resort in Bulgaria. The average annual temperature is 5.5 ° C.
    Pamporovo is suitable for the development of skiing and is recognized by a number of international organizations for the best resort in Europe for beginners. Almost all of the ski runs in the resort start at Mount Snejanka, and their altitude of 1926 m to 1400 m. Ski season starts in early December and lasts until the end of April.
    Snow often reaches 2 m. Mountain has a temperate climate with Mediterranean influence , which determines long but mild winter. The biggest pluses of the resort is the lack of avalanche danger and strong high wind. The beatiful nature causes the field to be an attractive place for tourists during the summer months. Rhodopes are among the most beautiful mountains in Bulgaria , with unspoiled nature and breathtaking views , magical place known as the land of Orpheus and the cradle of civilization of the Thracians.
    The region has the most centenarians in Bulgaria , organic food , unique cuisine , fresh air and lack of industrial pollution . Increased negative ionization of the region makes the resort suitable for prevention and rehabilitation of respiratory diseases and disorders of the nervous system and metabolism.
    Peak Snejanka is part of a hundred tourist sites of the Bulgarian Tourist Union.
    The resort offers a variety of ski equipment of various famous brands for all ages . Ski equipment rentals can be paid upon arrival at the place in the closet. The guests at the resort are over 2000 pairs of skis and shoes arranged in the following ski lockers :
    Ski center № 1 bus station - 1 wardrobe
    Ski center № 2 Malina - 3 wardrobe
    Ski center " Studenetz " - 1 wardrobe
    In the ski area of Pamporovo operate 14 qualified ski schools are able to become the last 10-15 years. Schools have highly qualified ski instructors offering training in groups or individually to beginners and tourists. Much of the ski schools are located in the main ski centers - Ski center 2 Mallina and Ski Centre Studenetz .
    Facilities serving the network of tracks in Pamporovo, have a capacity of 13,000 people per hour. Lifts - 8 of them, and ski - lifts - 7 in total ( chair ) of the world's leading companies , providing skiers fast and comfortable travel. Facilities operate in winter from 9:00 to 16:30 time / last upload /
    Funpark Pamporovo - the main line offers a variety of appliances , boxes , rails , kickers and jumps , the most attractive is the only Southeast Europe Half Pipe size 3.8 m wall height and 105 meters in length. In season 2011-12 the line was modernized and extended , so that the half-pipe , and reached shapes and sizes very close to the standards of FIS . Favorable position compared Funpark lifts makes it easily accessible for both beginners and advanced .
  • The town of Smolyan is a municipal and regional, administrative and educational center of the region of the Rhodopi Mountains. The city occupies most part of the basin of the river Cherna. On both banks of the river in the west to the east are three large districts - Smolyan, Raikovo and Ustovo. Mountain town combines modern construction and traditional Rhodope architecture.
    Ancient sources indicate that the Rhodope sanctuary of Dionysus was built on the highest peak Zilmisos, and according to contemporary versions - Karlak today . This area is associated residence of Orpheus.
    After the fall of the Bulgarian state under Turkish rule of sultan from 1519 Srednorodopieto was granted a court physician Celebi Aha, so that these lands are known by the name Ahachelebi . In the Ottoman- Turkish documents from the XVII century, the town is mentioned as Ezerovo, renamed later in Bashmakla . Subsequently it alter transcription in Pashmakla and Pashmakli . This name remained until 1934.
    As a united city of Smolyan was created in 1960 through the merger of Smolyan villages Ezerovo Raikovo and Ustovo. Smolyan was old administrative and economic center , Ezerovo village was located in the Smolyan Lakes, Raikovo any craft center and Ustovo - commercial .

    What to visit in Smolyan?

    Smolyan lakes are located on the left slope of the valley of the Black River and north into Orpheus rocks and Mount Snow . The lakes are scattered all over the valley, from Orpheus rocks next to the town of Smolyan. The lakes are formed in the occipital decreases in large landslide resulting from the contact between rhyolite rocks and spread them waterbed Palaeogene sedimentary rocks . In the past, lakes were about 20 in number , but today well-formed are 7 lakes, others are turned into swamps .
    Ecopath Neviastata has long about 900 meters. Leads to the eponymous rock, which is a symbol of Smolyan . The trail will find easily. The path starts about twenty meters from the road Smolyan - Pamporovo (approximately in the middle) . You'll recognize it by the arch at the entrance to the monastery "St. Panteleymon " . The trail is a comfortable, wide and smooth, sometimes is secured with wooden railings. Pass through picturesque spots - strange carved rocks , buried in geranium, moss and ferns.
    Ecopath Canyon Falls is sittuated on the western edge of the town of Smolyan output of square Sredok is little sign pointing to reserve " Soskovcheto " - Canyon Falls trail . Its top point is about 1800 meters above sea level , and its displacement is about 700 m trail leads up the river and climbing up going through a series of waterfalls that form a system of small and medium-sized waterfalls flowing into each other .
    St. Vissarion 's Orthodox Church in the town of Smolyan, consecrated on July 2, 2006 . It bears the name of Vissarion , a local bishop and martyr of the 17th century.
    On September 6, 1975 in Smolyan opens biggest Planetarium 's observatory in Bulgaria . Planetarium is one of the most visited attractions in the mountain town . For the past 35 years he has been visited by over 2.5 million people. For the promotion of astronomical knowledge in the Star Hall Planetarium offers more than 50 programs ( sessions ) . Among them are: programs - tales for the youngest children 's shows , general and thematic for the general audience. Foreign guests Planetarium offer programs in foreign languages: Russian, French , German, English , Greek, Turkish . Series of special programs - musical and poetic complement the variety of star performances.
    Regional Historical Museum in Smolyan was established in 1935 by Stoyu Shishkov - publisher museum activist , teacher and public figure with a European dimension . Since 1982 , the museum is housed in a specially designed building in the city center , part of the ensemble arihtekturniya new center .
    The collection of the Museum of History has approximately 150,000 museum objects and artifacts from archeology , history, life and culture of the native people. There are original works of art, rich photo archive , and one of the largest collections of orders and medals in Bulgaria .
  • Republic of Bulgaria is situated on the Balkan Peninsula, in southeastern Europe. On the East it is bordered by Black Sea, on the West by Republic of Macedonia and Serbia, on the North by Romania and on the South by Greece and Turkey. The climate is humid continental with soft winter and hot summer. The friendly geographical location of Bulgaria creates excellent conditions for tourism development.

    Bulgaria is one of the oldest European countries. It is found in 681. Besides of its strategic situation, between the East and West cultures, Bulgaria is famous with its cultural - historical monuments and heritage.

    General information:

    -      Territory: the country occupies an aria of 110 993,6 square kilometers

    -      Population: 7 973 671 inhabitants

    -      Capital: Sofia /with population of 1 173 811 inhabitants/

    -      Official language: Bulgarian

    -      Political system: Parliamentary Republic

    -      National currency: lev

    -      Time zone: GMT + 2

    Official holidays:      

    1st of January – New Year

    3rd of March - Liberation day of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule

    1st of May – Labor Day

    6th of May - St. George's Day, Day of the Bulgarian Army

    24th of May - Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture, and Slavonic Literature

    6th of September - Day of Unification of Bulgaria

    22nd of September - Independence Day of Bulgaria

    1st of November - Day of National Leaders - holiday for all educational institutions

    24th of December – Christmas Eve

    25th & 26th of December – Christmas

    Easter – four days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday) which are set in the respective year /2015 - 12 April; 2016 - 1 May; 2017 - 16 April; 2018 - 8 April; 2019 - 28 April/

    History:

    The territory of modern Bulgaria was inhabited from the Age of the Neolithic and Copper Periods, which is proved by the exceptional archaeological finds. 

    Throughout centuries there were roads passing through the country's territory connecting Europe and Asia.

    Most of the archaeological finds are made close to Kazanlak, Karlovo, Nova Zagora, Veliko Tarnovo, Vidin, Sofia, Teteven, Troyan, Kardzhali and in the Rhodope Mountains.

    The worldwide famous culture of the Thracians was developed in the territory of today’s Bulgaria which is proved by the oldest gold treasure in the world – the Valchitran treasure (13-12 BC). The Thracian heritage has significant influence over the Bulgarian culture. According to the archaeological and historical data, in the today’s Bulgaria territory first the Thracians have planted the grape-vine and started producing wine. Most famous Thracians are Orpheus and Spartacus.

    In 681 at the Balkan Peninsula was settled by the Proto-Bulgarians, who for centuries mingle with the local population of Slavs.     

    In the 9th century important moment in the country’s development is the creation of the Slavonic Alphabet from Saints Cyril and Methodius during the First Bulgarian Empire. Under the reign of Tsar Simeon I the Great (893 – 927) the Bulgarian Kingdom reached the top of its political greatness and power. In 1018 after continuous wars, Bulgaria was conquered by the Byzantine Empire. From the very first years under Byzantine rule, the Bulgarians started fighting for their freedom. In 1186 a rebellion is raised, leaded by two brothers – Asen and Peter which has ended with rejection of the byzantine rule. The Second Bulgarian Kingdom was founded, and Tarnovo became the new capital. 

    When Bulgaria was conquered by the Ottoman Turks a lot of official and religious documents were destroyed, as well as a lot of Christian sanctuaries. Bulgarians did not lose heart and have managed to preserve their language, culture and faith.

    Early 18th - century marks Bulgaria's effort of progress and education, called Revival. At that time the Bulgarian church has strengthened its position. After many unsuccessful attempts to win freedom, after five centuries of slavery, with the help of the Russian state on March 3, 1878 the Treaty of San Stefano is signed and Bulgaria became an independent country. 

    In 1879 the first constitution of Bulgaria is passed - one of the most democratic at that time. In 1885 the both already created Bulgarian states - the Principality of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia – were united. In 1908 the Bulgarian prince Ferdinand Saxe-Coburg Gotha proclaimed independence from Turkey and was declared king of the Third Bulgarian Kingdom.

    Bulgaria was leading the victorious Balkan war in 1912. Together with Serbia and Greece, Bulgaria was fighting for the freedom of Trace and Macedonia. As a result of this war more territories populated by Bulgarians were detached from it.

    The intervention of Bulgaria in the World War I on the side of the Central Powers ended with a national catastrophe. The Neuilly Peace Treaty of 1919 imposed severe provisions on Bulgaria: it lost a great part of its lands.

    In the early 1940s, Bulgaria led a policy in the interest of Germany and the Axis powers. In 1941 Bulgaria started to fight for the Axis powers, but the Bulgarian army did not take part in the fights at the Eastern Front. King Boris III supported the public pressure and did not allow the deportation of about 50,000 Bulgarian Jews.

    After the end of World War II Bulgaria was under the political and economic influence of the Soviet Union. In 1946 Bulgaria was proclaimed a Republic. The Bulgarian Communist Party came to power. The political parties outside the Fatherland Front were banned, the economy and banks were nationalized, and the arable land was organized in cooperatives.

    The end of 1989 marked the beginning of the democratic changes in Bulgaria. Multiparty elections were held. A new Constitution was adopted. Bulgaria chose the way of democratic development and market economy.

    From January 1, 2007 after fulfilling the criteria for membership, Bulgaria became a full member of the European Union.

    Religion:

    The main religion in Bulgaria is Eastern - Orthodox. In the country co-exist in harmony and representatives of other religious ethnical groups as: Catholics, Muslims, Protestants, Jews and others. The Eastern Orthodox Church is a result of disagreements between the Greek / Eastern / churches and Latin / West / church. Bulgarian Orthodox Church as autocephalous Eastern Orthodox Church was established in 865, when Boris I accepted the Christian faith. The first religious centers – the monasteries – were build rights after the Christianity was accepted. Their role was of great importance in the 13th and 14th century and especially during the Ottoman rule. One of the oldest, biggest and most beautiful monasteries is the worldwide famous Rila Monastery, also known as "Bulgarian" Jerusalem.

    The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has a rich history of icons that depict biblical scenes, local saints, the Virgin Mary or Jesus. The icon is of particular importance for the Orthodox Church, because it is adopted as the dwelling place of God's grace, creating a sense of the faithful presence of God.  

    Nature:

    Bulgaria is known by its beautiful nature that captivates everyone who has visited the country. Majestic mountains, ancient forests, beautiful valleys and infinite plains, golden beaches and incredible azure of the sea make the Bulgarian nature especially attractive. The country takes second place in the world regarding the nature reserves, which are 17.

    The climate is humid continental with four seasons and mean annual temperature of 10,5 º C. The coldest month is January with mean temperature 0º C. The mean temperature in the summer is 30 º C and the mean temperature of the sea water is 25 º C. Main typical features of the nature are the great variety and richness of plant and animal species. The vegetation of Bulgaria numbers about 12 000 species. The most common animals and birds are typical for Europe: deer, wild boars, bears, wolves, foxes, jackals, cocks of the wood, vultures, sparrows, grass snakes, etc.

    Bulgaria is making great efforts to conserve the biodiversity. The protected areas are 49, reserves - 17 (the largest number of registered reserves in Europe), 7 national parks. The air and water resources of the country are some of the cleanest in Europe.      

    The rivers in Bulgaria are not big so there are no shipping conditions. The most of them spring from the mountains and flow into the Black or Aegean Sea. Along the northern border flows the Danube River, the only one where ships can sail. Maritsa River springs from the Rila Mountains and together with the Iskar River are the both largest rivers in Bulgaria, the deepest and longest in the country.

    Culture and traditions:

    Located at the crossroads between East and West, as well as the centuries of history, have marked the culture and traditions in Bulgaria. The nations who have lived at the today’s Bulgarian lands were Thracians, Romans, Slavs, and Bulgarians. All of them have marked not only the culture and the history of the country but also of whole Europe. Famous around the world are the discovered treasures, such as:  

    -      The treasure from Varna’s necropolis – the oldest worked gold found in the world.

    -      Plenty of Thracian tombs and sanctuaries like those in Kazanlak, Sveshtari, Starosel, Aleksandrovo, Perperikon, Tatul.

    -      Many valued worldwide Thracian gold treasures - Panagurishte, Valchitran, Rogozene and others.   

    -      Remains of whole urban complexes - Augusta Trajana, Nicopolis ad Istrum Pautalia Akre, Messemvria Apollonia Serdica Herakliya Sintica and many others.

    Bulgarian customs originate in the far past and are strongly intertwined with the history of the Christian religion.

    -      Fire dancing /Nestinarstvo/ is very old Bulgarian custom that was practiced in several villages in Strandja Mountain. The ritual in its authentic form is performed on the Day of Saints Constantine and Helena - May 21 or June 3 (old style). The special fire dance is performed in the evenings.  

    -      Kukeri are special rituals conducted mostly during New Year and Lent. They are performed only by men who themselves have made their special masks and costumes.

    -      Laduvane is another interesting custom which is performed on New Year, St. George’s Day, Midsummer and Lazaritsa. On this day girls divine who will be their husband and turn to Lada – the goddess of love and marriage, to predict them what kind of person he will be.

    -      Lazaruvane is a ritual, which is connected to the beginning of spring. It is held on St. Lazarus Day, 8 days before Easter. The date of the celebration changes, but it is always on a Saturday, the day before Palm Sunday celebration. On this day willow twigs are picked and on the next day house doors are decorated with them.

    -      The biggest holidays, celebrated in Bulgaria, are Christmas and Easter – this is the time when families gather together, couple of generations celebrates together united by the feeling of belonging to the healthy Bulgarian family. Highly respected are: the first Sunday before Lent, the second Sunday before Lent, Great Lent, All Souls’ Day and fasts.

    -      Picking and manufacturing roses are one of the oldest and most traditional Bulgarian trades. In the beginning of June in the towns in Trace region with main center Kazanlak, Roses’ Queen is picked up among all the girls. This marks the end of 1 month celebrations in honor of the rose and the rose oil.    

    The country has several architectural reserves where people can see the incredible Bulgarian architecture from the Revival (XVIII – XIX century) - Koprivshtica, Tryavna, Borovets, Zheravna, Bansko, Melnik and others. In some ethnographic complexes (Etara, Zlatograd, Old Dobrich, etc.), you can meet the Bulgarian customs and the craftsmen’ work who continue to create their products by old technology inherited from their ancestors.    

    Important part of the Bulgarian culture is the national folklore music, national song and the Bulgarian national dances (hora). For performing the Bulgarian national music typical Bulgarian instruments are needed: pipe, rebec, bagpipe and others. Depending on the rhythm and the steps there are several folklore dances: hora and ruchenitsi.

    Recently the Bulgarian culture is proud of its achievements in literature, art, music and architecture, proof of what is the rich culture calendar which includes dozens of international and national festivals, exhibitions and etc.         

    Wine and cuisine:

    Before Christ, before the Egyptians, traders from the land known now as Bulgaria were crossing the Mediterranean. These ancient historical facts are not only a source of great national pride but also an inspiration. Much has been lost over the millennia, but even more has remained - a world full of colors, rhythms and melodious songs of living Bulgarian folklore, the unfading beauty of Bulgarian crafts, customs and festivals, the taste of Bulgarian cuisine and the proven quality of Bulgarian wines.

    Bulgarian cuisine is rich in wonderful dishes typical only for the country. Some of them are: Banska Kapama (meat and vegetable stewed in a clay pot), Rodopsko cheverme (lamb roasted on a spit over an open fire), Trakiiski katmi (a special type of pancake), Dobrudjanska banitsa, Danube fish soup, mussels from Sozopol and many others. Here every dish is served with a glass of good wine. The delicate white wines Dimiat, Muscat and Riesling are followed by the thick red Merlot, Cabernet and Gumza.

    Bulgaria, along with countries such as France, Spain, Italy and Greece, is one of the leaders in the production of wine in the world.

  • Cancellation policy:

    Period: 01.12.2015 - 22.12.2015

    No cancellation fee - 1 day before arrival. Cancellation fee - 1 night.

    Period: 23.12.2015 - 28.12.2015

    No cancellation fee - 3 days before arrival. Cancellation fee - 1 night.

    Period: 29.12.2015 - 03.01.2016

    No cancellation fee - 15 days before arrival. Cancellation fee - 100%.

    Period: 04.01.2016 - 17.01.2016

    No cancellation fee - 1 day before arrival. Cancellation fee - 1 night.

    Period: 18.01.2016 - 07.03.2016

    No cancellation fee - 3 days before arrival. Cancellation fee - 1 night.

    Period: 08.03.2016 - 15.04.2016

    No cancellation fee - 1 day before arrival. Cancellation fee - 1 night.