Hadinec (Viper's Country, formerly Ottendorf, 775m) originated in the 17th century during the course of colonization of the Rokytnice domain alongside a creek in the southeast slope of Anenský vrch (Anna hill). In 1937 the St.Anna chapel from Anna Hill was transferred hitherto.
Between the World War I and II, none of touristic guide-books
omitted the village lying on the Jirásek path, whether for magnificent
views or because of "...the clean and rustic
Kastner´s hostelry where even the staff handle the Czech language!..."
(Chysky´s guide to Orlické Hory, 1913). That time Hadinec used to
be a small German colony with some 70 inhabitants on the route form Rokytnice
to Bärenwald (Neratov).
Browsing through the following edition of this guide-book (Chyský, Hory
Orlické, 1922) we may notice the Kastner´s already "...very
good inn with two cabinets and five beds which could be fortified by next
two on the ground floor and few straw beds on loft. But only after haymaking
is over, more travellers can be accommodated..."