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A Weekend in the Bohemian Countryside at Angusfarm Soběsuky Inn & Steakhouse

Published on September 19th, 2013 in Dining & Drinking

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  • Apartmá (photo courtesy of

  • Cows strolling on the farm (photo courtesy of

  • A cow on the farm (photo courtesy of


Less than an hour south of Plzeň, surrounded by lush countryside, lies Angusfarm Soběsuky, a cozy inn and hidden gem of a restaurant. Here in the rustic dining room one can sample locally raised, expertly grilled steaks of Aberdeen Angus beef accompanied by Czech classics like steak tartare and goulash soup. I recently had the opportunity to spend the evening at Angusfarm and was hardly surprised to learn that the restaurant has been endorsed by the Slow Food movement, an organization that links the pleasure of good food with commitment to the environment. From the delicate flavor of the beef broth in the soup to our succulent tasting plate of various cuts of steak (with port wine-and-rosemary and green-pepper sauces) this was a meal to be relished. And because no one who eats here—or indulges in the Moravian and French wines—will want to drive anywhere afterward, the stylish lodgings are highly convenient! A night in the Apartmá, a two-bedroom suite furnished in cowhide wall hangings and rugged wood furniture plus a sauna and freestanding tub, proved a refreshing escape from the city. Breakfast, a simple-yet-delicious spread of crusty bread and fresh fruit preserves and Czech-style scrambled eggs, is included in the room rate. For a romantic getaway from Prague or a chance to explore the rolling meadows and villages of west Bohemia via Plzeň, Angusfarm is a prime choice.



Old Bohemian farmhouse meets Texas tack room.



Rooms: 6 rooms, including 4 double rooms and 2 suites


Rates: Start at 900 CZK (standard) to 2,600 CZK (large suite) including breakfast.


Check-in: 15:00


Check-out: 11:00


Free internet: Yes


DVD player: Yes


Linen factor: Perfectly adequate


Bath products: Herbal infusions made in-house


Pets: Yes (150 CZK fee)


Parking: Free



Breakfast: 8:00–10:00 Scrambled eggs and cold cuts plus toast and homemade jam.


Food served from 11:00 daily–22:00 (kitchen open until midnight on weekends)


Beef tartare 110 CZK


Goulash soup 59 CZK


Angus beef broth with liver dumplings 59 CZK


Beef mixed grilled for 2 with grilled vegetables and spiced beans 990 CZK


Garlic baguette 45 CZK


Homemade plum cake 69 CZK


Prazdroj 12° 0.5 beer 38 CZK


Glass of Moravian riesling 105 CZK


House ginger lemonade with lavender syrup and lime 39 CZK


Also worth noting

A number of Czech-made gourmet products (jams, flavored syrup, herbal liqueur) are available for purchase in the bar.


I highly recommend that you travel by car to Soběsuky. The nearest train station is in Nepomuk, about 5 miles (8 km) from the Angusfarm and taxis are scarce. Should you decide to to arrive by train, book a taxi, which will cost about 150 CZK, from Nepomuk in advance: +420 606 920 333




Angusfarm Soběsuky

Soběsuky 9, 33501 Neurazy
tel 724 744 740


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