Description of the place:
Crystalline air, an unspoiled environment and numerous first class monuments make this place special.
From here you can design many trips through meadows, streams and forests. Goats roam freely throughout
the grounds of the property. You can learn how to make butter and cheese and the landlady will teach
you how to bake delicious bread. A couple, both former academic teachers, decided to settle down here.
They run artistic workshops for guests: weaving, basketry, wood carving, stained glass windows making
and pottery seem much easier under their helpful, friendly and skilful eye. The objects produced
during the workshops will be souvenirs to take back home to remember your trip. For those who want
to feel a direct contact with nature we also have an optional guided trip of tracking down wild animals.
These hosts could be described as perfect and their aim is to make guests feel like they are at home.
They have two-, four- and six-bed rooms on the first floor and rooms for disabled guests on the ground floor.
There is a well equipped kitchen, dining room and two artistic studios used during the workshops.
Dishes made by the owner taste great and she also prepares vegetarian food. A speciality of this house is
goats milk and goats cheese. Children can play with the farm animals.
The maximum number of guests: 40
Selection of local activities:
milking goats, observing animals, making butter, picking mushrooms, pottery and ceramics, basketry, wood carving, weaving, stained glass windows workshops, trekking, baking bread, roasting mutton, barbecue, bonfire
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