Dvoračky (German Hofbaude) is a mountain hut in Giant Mountainslying at 1140 m on the southern slope of Bald Mountain.
Dvoračky is a very old hut, founded in 1707 by the Schier family as a mountain farmhouse for livestock breeding in the surrounding vast meadows. The original name was Rokytenské dvorské boudy. In March 1893 the original hut burned down and the burnt place was bought by Count Harrach and rebuilt it into a frequently visited inn. In February 1902 hosted the 7th Czech Skiing Championship.
In the year 1921 passed the land reform into the hands of the state and was rented to the Czech Puhonny family, who later bought it. Since 1923 in Giant Mountains began to use the so-called silent brands, including the mark for Dvoračky. A memorial book is documented by precious guests, such as Dr. Edvard Beneš with his wife Hana, who Mountains they loved and spent their holidays in Dvůrčky before the war in 1945.