Simigh Family Winery, Gyönk

Tolna Wine Region



Wine tourists visiting us have the possibility to stay in our guest house which accommodates 9-11 persons. The house is located in the centre of the town, 5 minutes walking from the winery where our wine tastings are held.

In the guest house we have 3 double bedrooms and a triple bedroom, all equipped with a shower-/bathroom.

The common areas, the fully equipped kitchen and dining area make it ideal for families and groups. A big terrace and a courtyard are also available for use of the guests. In immediate proximity you will find a supermarket and a playground as well.

In the near future guests will also have the possibility of fishing and horse riding.

Wine tasting

Enjoying a wine is so much more than just tasting or drinking it!

At the wine tasting we take you on a journey and introduce our vineyard, the cellar, our philosophy and future plans through our wines. The wine tasting consists of the wines, which are currently on the market. We can offer some snacks, finger foods during the wine tasting, if requested.

Of course, after the wine tasting, you can also purchase the wines by bottle for a special price.

We accept bigger groups after prior reservation.
Max. capacity: 40 persons.
Price: as of 2000 HUF/person according to wishes and prior agreement.

Further sights near us

Tamási Thermal Spa

You can spend some pleasant days in the Tolna countryside, rich in natural resources, if you visit the Tamási Thermal Spa. The thermal water is rich in salts, alkali chloride and hydrogen carbonate, which makes it perfect to cure joints and spine problems, acetabular cartilage lesions and it is suitable as a post-treatment of orthopedic injuries.

The region's favorable climate, the peaceful environment of the thermal bath and the clean air contribute to a pleasant stay and relaxation while here.

From Regöly to Tamási a bike path is available.

Further sights near us

Bikal – Puchner Castle hotel and medieval theme park

The Renaissance Theme Park in Bikal is the first theme park established in Hungary. Through the whole year, the Theme Park recalls the everyday life during the Middle Ages in Hungary in a very special way: involving craftsmen, actors, battlewise horsemen, archers and experienced falconers.

Crossing the main entrance of the theme park gives you a sensation of travelling centuries back in time. History truly comes to life in the medieval village and visitors may be involved. Each house offers different workshops of medieval craftsmanship and showcases the life in the Middle Ages. You can get an insight into the life of medieval knights and squires, and those interested can even become a medieval warrior for a short time. While wandering through the old town you can stop by a traditional countryside tavern for mouthwatering dishes./p>

Further sights near us

Pacsmagi Lakes Nature Conservation Area

The Pacsmagi lakes is a system of fish-ponds and adjacent marshes in the valley of the River Koppány. It became a Nature conservation area in 1990 because the about sixty birds nesting here are of outstanding value. The Pacsmag Lakes, an area of international importance, are one of the most important domestic habitats of the specially protected ferruginous duck. But also the great white heron, the little egret, common and purple herons, dwarf herons and night herons, mallards hatch here. The corncrake getting rarer, the great snipe, the grasshopper warbler and the marsh harrier feel comfortable in the marshy associations of the neighbourhood. White-tailed eagles, black kites, lesser spotted eagles come from the vicinity to hunt here. During migration time thousands of ducks and goose species buzz in the valley stretching among hills recalling paradise.

Information boards placed around the protected area provide information for the travellers.
Also, bird watching camps area organised here, guided by specialised ornithologists.

Further sights near us

Pipo Castle in Ozora

If there’s a romantic knight's castle in Hungary, that’s most definitely the Pipo Castle in Ozora! It is a unique piece of Italian Renaissance in a small Hungarian village. The castle was built for Filippo Scolari (1369-1426), otherwise known as Pipo of Ozora, who came to Hungary as a merchant’s clerk/assistant when he was 13 years old and rose to become a renowned economist, a brilliant soldier and a distinguished diplomat at the 15th century court of King Sigismund. Pipo fell in love with the daughter of his rural master, Borbála, married her and soon began a large-scale construction in the beautiful small village.

Pipo’s home and center of his estate did not really resembled the contemporary castles. The decoration reminded of the Italian town palaces.

The castle contains important Renaissance furniture, fabrics and travelling trunks. Its courtyard features a fountain that is topped with a copy of a Verrocchio putto, while one of the walls boasts a reproduction of a Michelangelo relief. A relic of St George is to be found treasured in the chapel. The reconstructed Renaissance kitchen provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of medieval Hungarian kitchens, of victuallers, cooks and servants. The armoury houses a splendid display of replica weapons from the Sigismund period. Outstanding copies of works by the great masters of the Italian Renaissance, Verrocchio, Donatello and Michelangelo, are to be found in the knights’ hall. The castle is also home to a richly documented exhibition on the life of Illyés Gyula, a famous 20th century Hungarian poet and novelist.

Visitors to the castle can get an insight into the life of the 14–15th centuries. There is also possible to stay in a historic apartment as a special guest.

Further sights near us

O.Z.O.R.A. Fesztival

The O.Z.O.R.A. Festival is Hungary's largest and Europe's second largest international psychedelic / goa festival. Tens of thousands of people come from all over the world for these few days to visit the "Paradise".

The participants, year after year, form a community that is connected not only by the love of psychedelic music but by environmental consciousness, emotional intelligence and spiritual receptivity.