Alan Rogers Review
The medieval city of Ceské Budejovice is the home of Budweiser beer and is also an industrial centre. It lies on the River Vltava with mountains and pleasant scenery nearby. Dlouhá Louka is a motel and camping complex two kilometres south of the town on the Ceské Budejovice - Cesky Krumlov road. The camping part is a flat, rectangular meadow surrounded by trees which give some shade around the edges. There are some marked, hedged pitches and hardstanding, but many of the grass pitches are not marked or numbered so pitching can be rather haphazard. In total, 100 units are taken and there are 60 electricity connections (10A) and ten pitches with electricity and waste water.
This is a useful night stop between Prague and Linz or for longer stays if this region is of interest.
New sanitary facilities with British style WCs and communal showers. Washing machine and irons. Campers’ kitchen. Two bars. Air-conditioned restaurant with terrace (breakfast service). Stainless steel heated swimming pool (25x7 m) and paddling pool (3 CZK/day). Playground. Tennis (charged). Volleyball. Football. Bicycle hire.
- Bicycle Hire on Site
- Childrens Play Area
- Fishing Nearby
- Golf Nearby
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Pets allowed
- Wifi Free
- Wifi Partial Site
From town follow signs for Cesky Krumlov. After leaving ring road, turn right at motel sign. Take this small road and turn right 60 m. before Camp Stromovky. Campsite name cannot be seen from the entrance, only the word ‘Motel’.
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Latitude Longitude 48.96640 14.46050
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