Our next suggestion is a small two stars hotel, located near the town of Smolyan near the famous Smolyan's Lakes. The distance to the town of Smolyan is only 4 km, the town of Devin is 30 km away, the famous winter ski resort Pamporovo where you can go skiing and snowboarding is 10 km away. The distance to the Mihailovo Lake where you can go fishing during the summer is 40 km. 1.8 km to the lift station Smolyan's Lakes and the Mountain peak Snezhanka. The hotel is 1300 in size, it consist of 9 rooms and 1 apartment, a restaurant, a bar, kitchen, Jacuzzi and sauna. The rooms are fully furnished with the highest standards: big double bed, wardrobe with mirror, couch, night stand, TV, Jacuzzi. There is a fire place in the restaurant area. There are solar panels and local heating installed, hot and cold water, electricity. The hotel has magnificent view to the surrounding nature, hills and forests. It is the perfect opportunity for investment.
The ski resort and town of Smolyan is located on the south of Bulgaria in the Rodopi Mountain. It is situated in the valley of Cherna and Byala Rivers near the ski resorts Pamporovo and Chepelare. It is the administrative center of Smolyan Province. The town is very well developed with good infrastructure. There is a bus stop with regular transportation, food shops, stores, postal office, medical care also there are many restaurants, bars, a theater, planetarium, a museum and many other entertainment centres. There is also the largest church in southern Bulgaria - The Cathedral of Saint Vissarion. The area is also famous with the magnificent pine forests, lakes and valleys. The mild climate provides great opportunities for vacations all year round. It is a true paradise for sightseeing, hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, fishing, hunting, bird watching, and caving, rock climbing and of course winter sports. The most beautiful sight is the 7 Smolyan lakes lined up in close proximity to the town. The emerald eyes of the Rhodopes Mountain, as these lakes are known to the local people. Once they were about twenty but only seven of them still remain. The deepest and the most beautiful lake is called "The Muddy Lake".