Garden and Yard
Your host has won several national and regional awards for the traditional household and garden. Colourful flowers frame green patches of grass on which you can walk barefoot. Have a rest in hanging nets or deck chairs under the shadow of trees. In summer and spring traditional vegetable garden and orchard with fruit trees stretching their branches almost to the porch will win your heart. Wonderful smell of plants and fresh air will fuel you with new energy. Lovely benches to sit down, an open-fire and cosy atmosphere will enrich your experience.
Autumn and winter have also their spells with fire-snapping, rustling of colourful leaves on the walking paths or snow blanket that urges you to go for sliding. The barn offers a fireplace where you can prepare chestnuts and taste young wine.
There is large parking place for guests free of charge
- Using barbecue, skillet, kettle or bell-cover for preparing meals.
- Announcing visits to the near-by sites, events and workshops
- The household has a wireless connection to Internet free of charge
Terms of Usage
All guests should obey house rules. Houses and yard should be kept clean and after usage the barbecue, skillets or other tools should be properly washed. Lights and electrical appliances should be switched off after using them and during the night. Traditional items and art pieces should not be moved or damaged. Any damage caused by guests will be charged separately.
All cottages are traditional buildings with original preserved forms and higher thresholds. The yard has wooden fences and tools used for keeping up the garden and orchard. All guests should be careful when moving around and are responsible for themselves and their children. The pebbled paths lead from one cottage to the other.
Pets are not allowed since the hosts have a dog and a cat.