The Zdolšek Farm, a house of tradition dating from 1824, provides high-quality services to guests who desire privacy, comfort, authenticity and high standards. The farm offers boutique tourism - as opposed to mass tourism - and most of our guests are people who are seeking privacy, tranquillity and rest. We accept pre-booked groups of up to 30 people. A 6-bed apartment is also available. For larger groups, we organise tastings of home-produced wines in our cellar. The food we offer our guests is not traditional but rather a reflection of a genuine local but special cuisine. Štajerska-style sour soup, žganci, home-butchered meat, flatcakes, delicious walnut roll and wine from our own cellar. These are the dishes with which we wish you 'dober tek!' (bon appetit!) The farm's main activities are crop-growing and viticulture. The date 1824 on the stone entrance portal testifies to the age of the house. In front of the house are an enormous garden and an orchard. The surrounding area is varied and interesting. Nature-lovers can enjoy a bicycle ride, go mushrooming, pick medicinal herbs and stroll among the beauties of nature. Guests will also enjoy learning about life on the farm and in the surrounding area. Nearby tourist attractions, the Terme Olimia spa in Podčetrtek and the Terme Rogaška spa can add variety to your stay. In recognition of the quality of its services, the farm has been awarded the maximum 'four apples' farm tourism classification. The elements of tradition, special character and genuine homely atmosphere that distinguish the farm are the reasons it has been selected as a member of the European "Houses of Tradition" network in Slovenia.
From Škatlar vinyard retreat you will be able to enjoy the fine view spreading out towards Gorjanci and the hills and vales of Dolenjska. The area provides excellent opportunities for hiking, renting a bicycle or horse riding. The nearby attractions include the church of St. George, Stari grad, Otočec, Šmarješke Toplice, etc. As a sign of welcome, you are treated to home-baked bread and different salamis (which can also be purchased to take home). Upon arrival, you receive the key to the cellar. The price includes a visit to Matjaževa domačija (Matjažs homestead)
The Plesnik family is one of the three oldest and most distinguished families in Logarska Dolina, and the pioneers of tourism in this breath-taking valley in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. Logarska valley is an ideal starting point for hiking trips to the surroundings, and offers a host of other recreation opportunities: cross-country skiing, cycling, mushroom-picking, hunting. At the farm, which has a certificate for organic farming, you will be served various homemade delicacies. They are especially proud of their breakfasts and surprise their guests with platters offering homemade savinjski želodec, salami, cheese, jams, butter, and juices. They also offer delicious breakfasts for vegetarians. The Logarska dolina Valley and the surrounding peaks with their enchanting beauty and numerous possibilities for active holidays attract hikers, climbers, bicyclists, and everyone who loves nature.
The Šeruga farm is not far from a main highway and the cities, but surrounded by brooks and forest offers peace, clean unspoiled nature, and good food. The Šerugas believe in perpetuating old family traditions such as the art of making white and Cvicek wines, homemade fruit juices, and brandies. These are served with traditional foods including various dishes made from buckwheat and lentils, rabbit, struklji of various types, potica, and tasty pies. The Šerugas also excel in preparing vegetarian dishes and on request will prepare your freshly caught trout. The surrounding countryside offers numerous opportunities for recreation such as bicycling, hiking, or fishing. Drive to Otocec Castle four kilometers away for a game of tennis, go rafting on the Krka River, swim at the Šmarješke Toplice and Dolenjske Toplice health resorts, or go horseback riding at the nearby Struga Equestrian Center. Among the best-known excursion destinations in the vicinity are the Pleterje and Kostanjevica monasteries.
You can find pleasant rooms and apartments in the old city core of the treasury of the millennium by the Drava River in a completely renovated building that is also a cultural monument. Each apartment has a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom, and each room has a bathroom and cable television. A private parking space and bicycle rental are also available. Just minutes by bicycle on the cycle trail across the pedestrian bridge and along the dike beside the river, which offers a wonderful view of the oldest city in this part of Europe, will take you to the Ptuj Thermal Spa.
The undulating Slovenske gorice, where the Firbas family has made its home in Cogetinci are “made” for cycling enthusiasts: you will have to pedal hard here, but not too hard, which means that even the recreational cyclists will want a turn. You can cycle among mineral water springs and vineyards, along the lake of Negovsko jezero and other nearby lakes, thermal baths, mounds and other attractions, which is why the farm holds a cyclist-friendly designation. The stables at the farm hold pigs, cattle, chickens, rabbits, sheep, a goat and horses. You can play beach volleyball, table tennis, football on a small grassy field or take up archery. All these possibilities mean that the Firbas family is often visited by families with children – the farm also holds a certificate for farms that are child-friendly. The house is registered in the network of European houses with tradition. The lady of the house, Marjana, serves her guests a wide range of delicacies that have received awards at the Delicacies of Slovenian Farms (Dobrote slovenskih kmetij) event held in Ptuj (sour milk, pork and sausages, roasts, suckling pig, leavened dough soup dumplings, various kinds of bread, gibanica layered cake, etc.). The master of the house, Alojz, will serve you white wines and juices and the house Poire William pear brandy.
Nestled in the historic town centre of Ljubljana, the Antiq lies on the charming cobblestone street overlooking the romantic Gornji Trg square. This beautifully modernized historic building, houses 16 spacious and beautifully decorated guest rooms. Once a location for the ancient Roman workshop (fabrica), the boutique hotel is a protected historical monument and one of the oldest buildings in Ljubljana. Situated at the footsteps of the Ljubljana castle hill, the Antiq is surrounded by a vast array of small boutiques, cafes and restaurants and is just a short walk away from the banks of the Ljubljanica river and the main tourist attractions. Each guest room is matchless in its design and layout due to the unique architecture of the building. All 16 spacious bedrooms are equipped with the minibar, telephone, TV, hairdryer, air-conditioning and offer wireless or wired internet connection. Several guest rooms have an outside terrace or a separate entrance to the summer garden and offer beautiful views of the Ljubljana castle or the romantic Gornji Trg Square. The hotel is perfectly suited for families as it features two duplex residential apartments, with their own private terrace. The property has several reading and relaxation areas, including the salon bar that offers a selection of finest teas & coffees and selected refreshments and the charming outdoors summer garden, which is very popular with the hotel guests in Spring and Summer periods. Guests can take advantage of the complimentary WiFi access throughout the hotel or use the computers at the business desks free of charge any time of the day. The reception is available 24 hour and a travel desk, where a guest can be assisted with any information.
The Slamar guesthouse, a magnificent country homestead built in 1857, lies in the midst of the breathtaking Bloke plateau. Explore this oasis of tranquility and unspoilt nature in the surroundings of the Cerknica Lake by foot, bike or on horseback. Exhibited at the guesthouse is the ski equipment used by Slovenia's first skiers, who came from the Bloke region. The Bloke skiers were first mentioned in 1689 by the Slovene writer, Janez Vajkard Valvasor, in his famous work "Glory of the Duchy of Carniola". The guesthouse offers a variety of homestyle dishes, such as buckwheat mush, cheese štruklji (dumplings) and žlikrofi (ravioli) with sage. You will also be served homemade brandy with herbs.
Casa del Sal is a small and charming family home, located in the Piran bay. It stands only 4 km away from Piran and 2 km away from the Croatian Istria. Its view reaches towards the Sečovlje salt-pans Natural Park where salt is still produced. The house boasts a rich history and strong character provided by its inhabitants. In the 1800s it hosted workers who worked in the nearby salt-pans and in 1965 its doors opened for other guests as well. Recently, Casa del Sal was meticulously renovated with the aim of providing its guests traditional hospitality coupled with modern-day comfort. Fans of untouched nature and the sea can enjoy our accommodation services, including a substantial breakfast. We spoil our guests with Istria and Mediterranean dishes, prepared from home-grown bio vegetables and fruit, and a glass of wine. Tradition, character and a touch of romance and warmth have helped Casa del Sal gain membership in the "Houses with Tradition" Europe Traditionae consortium.
Chalet Zlatorog offers accommodation in a spacious wooden house combining modern elements with natural ambience. Free WiFi access is provided. It provides guests with a garden, a balcony and a terrace. Barbecue equipment is available, as is free bike rental on site. Canoeing, fishing, hiking and skiing opportunities can be found nearby. Bohinj Lake, a part of the Triglav National Park, is located at a distance of 200 metres from the property. Free private parking is provided on site.