In the very centre of Holešov there is a building whose documented roots date back to 1886.
After many years in the hands of the Tacl family, the building was purchased by the present owners and gradually went through a comprehensive reconstruction with the owners striving to bring to the town some inspiration from their foreign trips. The style of both the restaurant and the hotel was especially influenced by the spirit of classical London hotels and pubs.
One of the people who contributed to the design of the whole building as well as of the individual operations was noted architect Jan Vlček, who is particularly popular for his film designs, including the film Lidice and the TV series Okresní přebor.
The history of the restaurant and hotel activities in this building dates back to 1936 at least, when the Innkeeping Licence was issued for this building. The restaurant was the building’s first operation to be reopened at the end of 2008. Due to its stylish and pleasant interior, the restaurant evokes the atmosphere of an English pub. At the same time it is variable and representative enough to hold various celebrations, wedding parties and other receptions. Besides the permanent offer of high-quality Czech cuisine, the restaurant also offers international specialties.
The last stage of the reconstruction was finished in 2012 and, at the same time, hotel operations were launched on the first and second floor of the building. The Tacl Hotel in Holešov offers accommodation for 22 guests in ten stylish rooms.