Pension Rzehaczek was built in a traditional way which had been used by Beskids highlanders for centuries.
Because of desiccation of wood, a year-long technical break had to be taken. This pension is suitable for people suffering from asthma or allergies, because material of the building balances the air moisture inside and outside and creates very pleasant and healthy climate.
Who was Ferdinand Rzehaczek (1861-1938)?
He was born into a teacher’s family and since 1833, he was the first headmaster in Lomná. He was an excellent organizer of cultural and economic life which led into all-round development of Lomná. He initiated building-up of a church at sacred place Salajka and he became its first organist. He also came with the idea to build a mountain shelter Hadaszczok at Slavíč (which does not longer exist).
He was a bandleader of brass band of Lomná and according to historical sources, he was considered as the best musician far and near. He left his job on 22nd July 1916. When he, his wife and their daughter Františka were moving to Těšín the same year, whole town came to say goodbye.
History of Lomná
Directly in pension, you will find a permanent exposition of Lomná’s history.