“My guests are not afraid of putting on rubber boots and making fire in an old stove” – Géza Légli told us about the most important rule that applies to his guest houses in Szőlőskislak. Don’t worry, relaxation is still the primary goal, but on the basis of the “back to nature” philosophy, rather than in a traditional wellness area. The two, hundred-year-old, loam-walled houses standing right next to the vine rows on János-hegy have antique furniture, but no Wi-Fi, guaranteeing an active holiday experience with wood burning stoves and wooden bathtubs. Every room comes with a double bed, a kitchen and a bathroom. One of the houses sleeps four people, the other can accommodate six. Those who choose to stay in the village, in the rooms adjacent to the Kislaki Wine Garden, can enjoy the cooking of Géza Légli – he whips up creations like spicy duck roast with home-made bread.