In our mill we offer accommodation in 11 romantic single, double and triple rooms, with a bath and shower. The rooms will take you back to the half- forgotten times of our grandparents. Each rooms is different, with a unique charm and scent. The rooms have been given a girl´s name instead of a number. T.G Masaryk, then an MP, but later the first Czechoslovak president, rested in one of the suites when visiting the mill. We hope you will also have a chance to relax and feel at home.
The Brusenka Restaurant and Pension arose from the reconstruction of the original building of Manor Mill in Brusné, which was one of the oldest free redeemed mills in the region. The first mention of the mill dates back to the early 14th century, when it was a part of the Gothic Křídlo Castle´s surroundings. Between 1762–1763, the mill was redeemed under the rule of Countess Marie Amalia Rottal, later De Monte l`Abbate after her marriage. A copy of the purchase deed (the original was destroyed by fire) was preserved. Between 1827 and 1924 the mill was under the domain of Count Laudon from the nearby town of Bystřice pod Hostýnem. The building of the mill was reconstructed following a big fire on August 6, 1921, and was subsequently rebuilt according to the plans of an unknown Viennese architect in the early rural modernity style. The steam-powered saw was set up on the neighbouring site. The saw was also completed with the Francis water turbine that is now displayed on the parking lot in front of the mill. The new water mill for the overshot is a replica. The wheel diameter is 4.85 meters, it contains 48 paddles and its weight in the dry state is 1.8t. The wheel is driven by water from the mill. In 1997, we opened Brusenka for the public.