The Lokál Inn is situated in the historic district of Malá Strana, within close proximity of the Charles Bridge, one of the architectural wonders of mediaeval Europe. Its location is ideal for anyone interested in exploring the history and architecture of Prague. There are a number of sights of cultural and historic importance within walking distance. Every traveller to Prague is told to stroll through the narrow, picturesque streets of Malá Strana and take in the panoramic views available in every direction: guests of the Lokál Inn are likely to find the experience especially memorable.

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Pražský hrad
Karlův most
Malá Strana
nábřeží Vltavy
chrám svatého Mikuláše
Staroměstské náměstí
Národní divadlo

House U Bílé kuželky

This two-storeyed building was designed by the Bohemian Baroque architect, Kryštof Dientzenhofer. It took six years to build, from 1708 to 1714.

The Late Baroque annex – two court wings and a square court – was added later. The ledged facades of the building are ornamented with a profusion of decorative coping stone and crown moulding. A niche has been cut into one corner: this contains a sculpture of St. Joseph and the infant Jesus by Ferdinand Geiger, dating from when the house was first built. Directly below this sculpture is the sign of the house, a plaster skittle.

The Late Baroque arches on the ground floor, as well as the Baroque painted timber ceilings on the second floor, have been preserved intact. In 2004, the building was completely renovated; it has since been designated a Czech cultural heritage site.