The farmstead was founded in 1918 by well-to-do peasants Wolf, this farm is one of the few in Eastern Europe that has been completely preserved. Renting a Belarusian manor will allow you to spend the weekend in authentic interiors, perfect silence, stroll through the ancient apple orchard.
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If desired, guests can take a boat trip on the lake, ride a quad bike, steam in a bath. The “Wolf” farm is a modern living environment combined with an old Belarusian entourage.
Guests of the farm can try the excellent Belarusian cuisine from environmentally friendly country products. All the buildings are covered with shingles, which breathe and do not make noise – inside there is neither hot nor cold. In the main building there are three rooms:
– Seni (Russian oven with hay mattress, iron bed in the style of art deco of Polish times, author’s canapes and table made according to the drawings of the owner);
– a hut (a matrimonial bed under the canopy, a bunk bed in a Dutch oven, a single bed, canapes and a table);
– a stove (a small cozy bedroom with a matrimonial bed). There is also a shower room with WC, a separate WC (heated floors in the bathrooms) and a mini-kitchen.
Along the perimeter of the courtyard: a large barn (now here is a cinema and club for holidays, dances, ping-pong, weddings and just lunches and dinners, if it’s too fresh in the air), bathhouse, manager’s house, swaran (in which food is prepared for guests) , a terrace, a stone cellar, a tree and a smithy.
Ideal place for recreation of 2 – 3 families or companies up to 10 people, additional opportunities for groups of up to 20 people in the warm season. All the water goes to the farm from its own krynitsa (quality certificate), – no artesian wells.
The price includes three meals a day, the food is prepared in a separate building and served outside the living quarters, guests are engaged in the manager, cook and maid. Entertainment on site: sauna, ATVs, bicycles, hammocks in the garden, table tennis, a master class for blacksmithing, mushrooms and berries, fishing from own boat.
Excursions in the immediate vicinity with the local historian Franz Khomich: the village of Dunilovichi (the church and the former Dominican monastery, the Pilsudski memorial to the soldiers, the old Jewish cemetery and the dramatic history of the ghetto), the old-town manors and parks, the village of Paris (the Eiffel Tower and the John Paul II Museum), Mosar park ensemble of the priest Boulka). Day trip: Vilnius (three hours from the farm), Polotsk (one and a half hours).