Hotel "Prichal"

Comfort details


Accommodation typeCountry Hotel

The hotel Prichal is located in the settlement of Rabocheostrovsk, about 10 km from the town and train station of Kem. It is conviniently situated on the White Sea coast. About 100 meters from the hotel there is a port which is a starting point of boats to Solovetsky Island.

Hotel Prichal has:
Cafe, bar, sauna, several cottages with different types of rooms.

Rooms have:
Economy rooms with WC and shower shared for 2-3 rooms: 4 SGL, 15 TWIN, 5 Triple.
Standard rooms with TV, en-suite WC and shower: 3 SGL, 32 TWIN, 3 Triple, 4 rooms (with 2 rooms in each) for 4 people.
Superior rooms with TV, phone, fridge, en-suite WC and shower: 1 2-room suite with fireplace and DBL bed, 1 superior with fireplace and DBL bed, 4 SGL with SGL bed, 20 TWIN/DBL, 1 Triple with two beds and a sofa.

Boat to Solovetsky

Regular daily boat is operated from the 1st of June till early September.
Timetable (subject to changes and alterations, please reconfirm):
- "Vassiliy Kosyakov" bigger boat:
Rabocheostrovsk 08:00 - Solovetsky, Solovetsky 18:00 - Rabocheostrovsk.
- "Metel" smaller boat:
Rabocheostrovsk 11:00 - Solovetsky, Solovetsky 16:00 - Rabocheostrovsk.

Travel time is about 2 hours 15 minutes.

Rate is available on request. Passengers with our vouchers have priority while embarking the boat.

Room type

Price for 2014, breakfast included

Economy SGL

40 EUR

Economy TWIN

56 EUR

Standard SGL

50 EUR

Standard TWIN

68 EUR

Superior SGL

55 EUR

Superior DBL/TWIN

82 EUR


Solovetsky Islands

Solovetsky Islands

Solovki (Solovetsky Islands) are located in the western part of the White Sea, less than 100 miles far from the Arctic Circle, consisting of 6 big and numerous small islands. There is a famous monastery dating back to the middle centuries as well as other historical and cultural monuments.

The White Sea

The White Sea

The White Sea is located in the northwest of Russia. It is known for the medieval Solovetsky monastery and rich wildlife, including Beluga whales, harp seals and bearded seals, as well as numerous bird species.

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