Hotel "Ustyuzhna" is located in the heart of the city of Ustyuzhna, within walking distance of all administrative offices and attractions of the city. The hotel consists of 10 comfortable rooms of various categories: from standard to superior room categories.
Each room has all the necessary amenities: bathroom, toilet, shower, wi-fi, TV, hygiene products, clean fresh bed linen, a set of clean Terry towels and so on. Video surveillance is conducted throughout the hotel for the safety of guests. Free secure Parking is available in the hotel's courtyard.
The city of Ustyuzhna is the administrative center of Ustyuzhensky district of Vologda oblast. It was Ustyuzhna that became the prototype for the city of N. from Gogol's immortal Comedy "the inspector". However, in Russian history, Ustyuzhna is famous not for incidents that happened in the city, but for its long — standing traditions of blacksmithing, mining and rich history-the first mention of the city appeared in 1252. Once the city was called Ustyug-Zhelezny, because the city stood on the "iron field" of huge deposits of ore, which has long been used by the local population. To some extent, this city is the cradle of Russian metallurgy. The level of blacksmithing in Ustyuzhna was so high that under Peter the Great the city was one of the largest centers of weapons, surpassing even Tula. Many Velikiy Ustyug inhabitants later became the founders of blacksmithing in the Urals.