If you’re looking for a romantic guest house in Samobor, look no further than pension gogo.
For those interested in checking out Samobor Castle (4.7 km) while visiting Samobor, pension gogo is a short distance away.
Rooms at pension gogo offer a kitchenette.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of pension gogo are also welcome to enjoy a restaurant, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Samoborski Muzej, which is a popular art museum amongst tourists.
The staff at pension gogo looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We didn't stay at the pension, we came only for lunch. The food was excellent, I would definitely recommend trying zagorska soup and the veal was baked to perfection. It was not expensive and the staff was very polite. We enjoyed it very much.
We stayed at the property owned by the owner of Gogo. They stay was calm and cozy. Place is like a big home away from home on a hill-top. Greenery is mesmerising. There are cats, rabbits and ponies to keep the kids entertained. Goran(host) and family run the restaurant too. The food is wonderful and their liquors are brilliant. I particularly liked Turkey cutlets with croquettes. My friend had Red Beans(Baked). These were very similar to Rajma(kidney beans) served in India. I will really want to go back and dine at this place. The view from the terrace seating only adds to the experience.
I've had a quick Saturday lunch at Gogo's. Its a must try if you are neaeby. The food is really tasty, everything is homemade and local, and prices are great. You can have a lunch for 2 under 20 EUR. Definitely a must see.
Sunday. Lunch. Made a reservation before hiking. Arrived cold and hungry. Service quick. Food very good. Vegetable soup excellent as always. Baked veal amazingly soft. 50 kunas for 1 litre of wine! Bread homemade and really nowhere else like theirs! I would only change the plates. Black in the “krcma” in a village, in the hills?
A grest place for hiking. Specially when it's sunny. And if you sre hungry afterwards, there's Gogo. Parking a few meters away. A small restaurant in a narrow street. Not a great view but still... if it's warm and you can eat on the terrace. Downstairs, inside, often no free table. Everything homemade. Bread is worth eating there. Some soups are grest, some not. Not if you are rather late and not much left. This time no more cakes. The dishes we ordered ok. The problem is Gogo, being the unly one to serve. So you have to be patient. His wife, Goga, is in the kitchen. Wine not so good. So if you are hungry, don't drive on, might be satisfied. Fish is always a good choice.