1352 was the first written mention of the town of Göttersdorf, the first part of the name arose from a distortion of the name Gottfried. The village belonged to the domain of Rothenhaus . In the 17th century it was briefly part of the Priesen rule and then belonged to the unified Hagensdorf - Brunnersdorf ( Ahníkov - Prunéřov) rule . The village was relatively large. After the Thirty Years' War there were 40 houses here. Even then, the main professions were weavers, tailors and wagons. 100 years later, carpenters and butchers were added. There is also a report of a pond with carp and trout. In 1850 Göttersdorf (Boleboř) became an independent political unit in the judicial district of Görkau or in the district of Komotau . At the beginning of the 20th century, the place experienced its greatest boom. In addition to four restaurants, two retailers, tobacco shops, other craftsmen settled here. Among other things, wooden toys were made here .
The baroque parish church of St. Nicholas was built in the middle of the 14th century and rebuilt after the Thirty Years War. In 1716 a new parish was created. In 1945 the German population was expelled due to the Beneš decrees . In 1947 the church fell victim to the flames. A new chapel was built in its place in 1993.