The late Gothic 16th century Hiša Linhart
is located in the medieval old town centre of Radovljica.
The house is adorned with stone Gothic portals and late Gothic vaulted arcades
. Wooden beamed Renaissance ceilings
have been preserved in the old granary, and on the ground floor there are decorative paintings dating from the 19th century
. The outside is adorned with frescoes dating from the 17th century
The house has been entirely renovated and the first guests were welcomed in April2017.
We are united by our passion for nouvelle Slovenian cuisine, which our head chef, Uroš Štefelin, creates together with our team. Uroš is a local who strives to preserve the use of local ingredients and dishes.
The Michelin culinary guide awarded Uroš a Michelin star (2020, 2021) and a green star for sustainability (2021), while in 2020 the Gault & Millau guide awarded him the title ‘Traditional Cuisine Chef’ and 16.5 points.
Our house is very diverse. Food can also be served in private rooms.
The appearance of Linhart Hotel is inseparably linked to Anton Tomaž Linhart, Radovljica's most well-known resident (1756-1795). Linhart was the first Slovenian playwright and the founder of Slovenian historiography.
Anton Tomaz Linhart's most important works are Versuch einer Geschichte von Krain und den übrigen Ländern der Südlichen Slaven Oesterreichs1788, 1791 (Slovene: Poskus zgodovine Kranjske in drugih dežel južnih Slovanov Avstrije, English: An Attempt at the History of Carniola and Other Austrian Slavs), and the staging of his self-penned drama work Županova Micka (Micka, the Mayor's Daughter) on 28 December 1789. The former is regarded as the beginnings of Slovenian national historiography, while the latter meant the 'birth' of Slovenian theatre.
You can find out about his life and work at a permanent exhibition in the Municipal Museum in the Radovljica Manor.