On the Corner
AddressHetmanska Street 47a KolomiyaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Vitaliy, his mum Ira, wife Anna, and the rest of the extended Pavliuk family, continue to wow guests with their legendary hospitality, making this not only the best place to stay in Kolomyya, but one of the best in all Ukraine. Indeed, this six-room B&B just gets better, with cable TV, wi-fi, laundry, bike hire, planned disabled access and myriad other services that other guesthouses wouldn't even consider. With outstanding cooking and coffee, a multitude of hikes and tours on offer, and assistance and advice provided in English, German, Ukrainian, Russian and Italian, comments praising 'the best place I stayed in Ukraine' just keep on filling up the guestbook. Bikeland-affiliated and motorcycle-friendly.
Our independent authors have visited On the Corner and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Kolomyya.
Description provided by property
Not only the gateway to the Ukrainian Carpathians with fantastic hiking and skiing, Kolomiya boasts a recently restored town center, a permanent exibition of handmade crafts and Hutzul culture, and the largest painted easter egg museum in Ukraine.
Our pension is the only budget accomodation in Kolomiya. We offer a pleasant family ambience, genuine Ukrainian home cuisine, client-orientedness, and multilingual service (English, German, Italian, Russian)
If you are visiting the Carpathians for recreation we can offer you a good selection of tourist routes (currently over 16)
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Free Breakfast
- Bicycle Hire
- Book Exchange
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Luggage Storage
- Meals available
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
Museum of Hutsul Folk Art
This well-curated exhibition of Hutsul artefacts is probably the best of its kind in Ukraine. Decorated stove tiles and other ceramics,...
Kolomyya's most eye-catching attraction is a monster concrete Easter egg, which sits rather self-consciously on the town's main square....
Small central bar hang-out that manages to squeeze two cosy levels into its tiny interior as well as sprawling all over the pavement in...
This cafe behind the Museum of Hutsul Folk Art is a typical Hutsul kolyba arrangement with tables and knick-knacks in a wooden hut...