Na Buďárce Guest House and Restaurant is situated in the centre of the village of Paseky nad Jizerou. Saint Wenceslas Church, (former vicarage) and flat-building of U Houslařů are nearby.
The Guest House was built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries as a restaurant and bakery. Running of the restaurant was finished in the 1950s and the house began to decay. In 1994 the outworn object was bought by the village of Paseky nad Jizerou that built an almost true copy of the original restaurant at its location.
At present there is a guest house with a restaurant and a post office and municipal office reside in part of the building. One of the oldest Paseky paths with significant superelevation and leading from the Jizera valley up to Hoření Paseky goes through the centre of the village. At the time of pasturing of farm animals chalet occupants from mountainous chalets of Rokytnice n. Jizerou were passing there while carrying products of the pasturing of farm animals – butter and cheese to the marketplace in Tanvald and German Jablonec in their backpacks. The path was named after them - Buďárka. As the restaurant lies on this historic path, it was named "Buďárka" after its reconstruction.
We offer accommodationin rooms withen suite facilities and WIFI access.
Accommodation is not subject to diet. It is possible to arrange breakfast, half board or full board.