Together with the local church and town hall, our hotel is the oldest surviving local building in Boží Dar (circa. 1842). The building was built by Bishop of Prague F.W. as a thankful gesture to citizens of Boží Dar during the period of time when he worked there as a parish priest. The building subsequently served as a hospice.
Ferdinand D ‘Este, visited hospice as an inspector when he was on a tour through the Austro-Hungarian Empire sent by the Emperor Franz Josef in 1913. The tour began at the westernmost part and led to Sarajevo, where he was assassinated, which unleashed the World War I.
After World War I the house served as a bobbin sewing school, and later on as a hostel for miners of Jáchymov mines.