Guesthouse Bílá Labuť, formerly Schröfelberg baude began its work for the guests at the end of the 19th century.
The first mention is from year 1785, when six brothers came onto the densely wooded hillside, settled here and built six houses.
They fed the cattle and support themselves as woodcutters. In the second half of the 19th century with a flourishing tourism and winter sports there is a need to house tourists.
Initially accommodating to the loft, which will soon not be sufficient and, therefore, the original hut then added a half of the planned new buildings
that make up today's dining room, kitchen, staircase, part of the main corridors and rooms 4, 5, 6, 13, 14.
This situation remained until 1960.
After 1948 the shed became the property of the department store Bílá Labuť after which it is named since.
In 1950 it was sold to the hospital Bulovka and a year later to the company Projekta Praha.
Projekta left pull down the original building and finish the unfinished half of the original project (the outer part).
Over the decades, we made a few small repairs, renovations and modifications necessary for operation.