Newly-built barrier-free Guest-house pod Oblazom, situated in the center of Terchova village, close to skiing center Vrátna, is architecturally designed so that with its architecture fits in the distinctive village, but at the same time offers its guests high standard rendition of services in grateful, warm and heartfelt scene(background) of guest-house.
Its title was given after the hill, whereunder it is situated. Hill Oblaz is known thereby, that on its top stood the gibbet(gallows) from the first Slovak movie Jánoík of 1936, from director Martin Frič, in main role with Pažo Bielik.
It offers at its space high standard of accommodation, catering and conference services. Guests can use large parking area. Guest-house is provided by security system and on-line camera system. Entrance for disabled people into café&restaurant is provided by slant drive-up ramps and in the hotel part by platform for handicapped. It also offers to its guests a visit of mini-gallery with paintings from artist Zdeno Horecký.
The nearest surrounding of the guest-house provides innumerable variety of cultural, touristic and sports activities.