The so called mini-hotels are becoming increasing popular on Pskov's lodging scene, and, without doubt, the guesthouse U Pokrovki is among the most charming of its kind. Housed in the 19th century wooden building, it embodies the historical architectural tradition of the area - a basement floor built of stone, while a ground floor of wood. Pskovians have always preferred wood over stone, considered that it creates much healthier living conditions. The small guesthouse has only four rooms and is a perfect option if you travel with friends or a family. The small wooden building is sited in a quiet area of the city on Velikaya River bank, just a short walk from the Our Savior Transfiguration Cathedral of Mirozhskiy Monastery - a famous landmark of Pskov. The cathedral still features 12th century Byzantine style murals, done by Greek artists. The guesthouse has a small garden, which makes a great place for breakfast or a leisurely evening, enfolded by countryside serenity.
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