The resort, with an extraordinary therapeutic microclimate in the green heart of Central Europe, stretches out across 13 hectares of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park. Once a pulmonary sanatorium for children founded by the first Czechoslovak President Tomas Garrigue Masaryk for poor and sick children in 1927, the property has again been recently closed.
The building, with a usable area of 3 000 sim, may be increased to up to a total 6 – 8 000 sqm. The premises were sold by the region and have remained unoccupied since 2005. There were two access roads along the sanatorium and a green park in front of the buildings, maintained for leisure activities. The entire property offers 9 422 sim for residential use, 22 657 sim for commercial use, and the remaining area is recorded as an agricultural area in the land-use plan.