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Dear Traveler, we want to introduce to You our exceptional, breathing with history Lithuanian Manor House Tour. Here You will wander in the labyrinth of memories and legends which you will never forget. Visit Lithuanian Manors and hear its warm and timeless tales filled with Medieval and Renaissance spirit. On this tour you will see fire show, shooting with flaming arrows, participate in the photoshoot when dressed in authentic medieval clothes. Also you will hunt a trasure and listen to ancient music. Come and experience the best of Lithuanian Manor Tour!
All inclusive Tour
7 days / 6 nights
Arrival to Vilnius. Transfer to newly opened Art Hotel „Moongarden“ 4*. Free time to explore the capital of Lithuania. One of the largest medieval old towns in Northern Europe, and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Vilnius Old Town is packed with beautiful buildings, eclectic shops, picturesque churches and elegant palaces. Welcome dinner. Overnight in Vilnius.
Morning departure to the Babtynas –Zemaitkiemis Manor. Established in 16th century the manor has changed many owners and only 4,5 buildings out of 20 has survived. Later proceed to Kedainiai – one of the oldest cities of the country, having the cosiest Old Town in Lithuania. Lunch. Drive to the Baisiogala Manor. Built in 18th century, it is famous for exceptional style and the park. The last stop at wooden Palukstis Manor, which now is turned into a homestead . Fire show and dinner. Overnight.
Breakfast at Palukstis Manor. After breakfast, dressed in authentic medieval clothes and armors, you will have a chance to fire a real medieval cannon. Later – visit to Neo-Renaissance Vilkenas Manor and impressive water-mill. Aferwards get to see nearby Sveksna Manor - one of the most beautiful ensemble in the North of Lithuania.Lunch. After lunch Kretinga an Palanga Manors are waiting for you. Kretinga Manor now is turned into a museum with a Winter Garden and beautiful park, while Palanga Manor hosts an Amber Museum. In the evening – trip to the hotel Radailiai Estate. Dinner and overnight
Užutrakis manor ensemble was created in 1897-1902 by count Józef Tyszkiewicz and his wife duchess Jadwiga Swiętopułk-Czetwertyńska. The Tyszkiewicz family owned Užutrakis manor until the beginning of World War II in 1939. When the Soviet Union occupied Lithuania in 1940, Užutrakis manor was nationalized. After the war the manor became a sanatorium for soviet security officers. Later a Pioneer camp, a rest home and a national tourism company worked there. In 1995 Užutrakis manor was entrusted to Trakai Historical National Park Management.
Mixed style Užutrakis Park, formed on a peninsula between Galvė and Skaistis lakes, was planned as a water park. Over 20 ponds, connecting with each other and with lakes of Trakai, were arranged in Užutrakis. As the level of lakes dropped during the century, the ponds in the central part of the park ran dry. Some of the ponds were destroyed during the soviet period by filling them up with soil. Only one pond, connected to Lake Galvė by a canal, survived. On the shores of this canal artificial cliffs are formed. The pond used to separate the representational part of the manor from the economical. The road that goes to the palace was called "The Potato Road" and was mostly used for economic purposes. The owners of Užutrakis and their guests used to reach the palace by water, not by land.
Buriškis Manor is located in Anykščiai Regional Park, near Rubikiai Lake, 8 km away from Anykščiai. Standing on a scenic left benk of Anykščiai River, the elegant palace can be seen from far- it is an architectural monument of the 19th century, a neoclassical era gem, fascinating us with its subtlety and elegance. A graciously designed local park, a home for more than 30 species of tree and bushes, blends into the landscape as an oasis of peacce and tranquility. Burbiškis Manor House, built in 1853 by the Lihuanian - Polish noble family, Venclovavičiai, remains one of the most beautiful example of its sort in Anykščiai region. The whole manor estate has been granted a status of Burbiškis Landscape Architecture Reserve and is included in the European Heritage Sites list. Please do not confuse thus manor with another two of the same name: Burbiškis manor in Radviliškis district where annual tulip blooming festivities take place, and a manor in Burbiškis, Raseiniai district.
One of the most impressive things which are in the Manor it is the Cigar Room. In the cigar room, you can enjoy the highest- quality cigars from Cuba. Professional service, privacy and cosy surroundings will allow each visitor to relax and enjoy a true taste and smell of a cigar. Cuban music and a wide choice of rum and other exquisite drinks is all it takes to spend a calm evening in the company of your friends.
In addition to the possibility of a quiet rest, there is a chance to take a part in the following recreational activities in Anykščiai district:
The visitors wishing to know more about the history of the Manor can go on a tour, during which they will be told the story of Burbiškis Manor and its surroundings, will see the Manor's rooms and halls and will have the chance to sit down behind the desk of the primary school which operated in the Manor a while ago. A profesional guide will tell stories and rumors about the former life in the Manor and will take you to the observation tower and other impressive places of the Manor.
Dinner for Two
If you wish a delight your beloved one by arranging a night in an exclusive environment, Burbiškis Manor is the best place to make your wish come true. Romantic dinner served in the Chinoiserie Hall only for you two, cosy apartments, attentive and nice service will bring you many positive emotions and will help you to break away from your daily routine.
Conferences for the private and public sector. There are coordinate and provide catering services for the conference participants.
You can enjoy exclusive comfort in spacious apartments. Each of them have bathrooms with showers and luxurious baths. Here, you will feel at home surrounded by luxury which has both an aura of history and modernity.
The Plungė manor has been mentioned since 1565. The governors of Plungė manor kept chnging from the 16th century, this landhilding remained an important residence of aristocrats, clergymm, talented culture and art creators unlit the early 20th century. Plungė and all landholdings were sold to count Platon Zubov in 1806. In 1873, the Zubov familysold the manor to the duke Mykolas Oginskis. The duke built the curren-day manor in the northern art of the park. The building was designed by a German arcitect Karl Lorenz. The manor was solemnly blessed in 1879. The central building was built in neo-renaissance style which was fashion at the time. Ffrom then on Plungė Manor had its heyday.
Continuing musical traditions of the Oginskai family, the duke established an orchestra school in the manor where the famous Lithuanian painter and composer Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis studied.
The famous Plungė park was established at around the moddle of the eighteenth century. The area of the park is about 143 acres (apx. 0.6 km2).
Oak of the Thunder God
In the borders of the manor park, grows a huge oak, called the oak of the Thunder God, or Perkūnas in Lithuaniaa, from ancient pagan beliefs. Legend tells that priestess Galinda stoked a sacred fire near this oak. One day her lover went forth to war against the Crusaders to defend his homeland nation. Sadly, he never returned. The chief priest, seeing Galinda's tears and heartache, began to teach her that only a sacred fire can quench her earthly pain. Once, when Galnda wes weeping under the oak, a thunded struck the tree. Oak shook greatly, some soil has poured into its trunk- and soon the flower of incredible beauty has sprouted out of the trunk of the oak. Since then people started to call it on behalf of Thunder God. Some believe that the huge oak thta grows in the park is the same one from the legend. It was declared a National Monument.
Samogitian Art Museum (Žemaičiai Art Museum)
The Samogitian Art Museum (Žemaičiai Art Museum) operating in Mykolas Oginskis Palace since 1994 has collected and exhibited museum valuables reflecting the historical variety of the Samogitina region, and has preserved and cherihed the traditions of Mykolas Oginskis Manor. Expositions invite the visitors to learn about the pieces of the 20th-21st century professional fine arts which were granted to the museum by the Samogitian artists living in Lithuania and abroad.
Sveksna Manor complex is located near a small river Sveksnale in Silute district, Sveksna sub district. Manor house is in a center of Sveksna town, near neo-gothic church of St.Jacob. This church and Manor house are combined by a unique two arches viaduct.
Sveksna Manor house is mentioned from the fiftheenth century, town - since 1509. In 1880 Adomas Pliateris built here Sveksna Manor villa (which remains until our days), in honor of his wife and named it "Genovaite".
During World War I, after the departure of Pliateriai, Sveksna Manor was overpowered by German officers, who damaged bildings, destroyed and broke the famous Manor "zoo".
In 1918, Lithuanian Independence era, Jurgis Pliateris came back from Russia to Sveksna and lived here until the beginning of Sovietizatio. Jurgis Pliateris had a tragic fate- he was exiled. He died in exile, buried in an unkown grve. Manor house was destroyed a lot in 1940. Bolshevik activists creating a fire in a park, burned all Sveksna Manor archive, lbrary books. Destroyed many valuable works of art.
According with the law, villa "Genovaite" was returned to Aleksandras Pliateris wie - Countess Felicija Laimė Broel - Pliaterienė in 2001. She fixed all Mnaor buildings and park - restored the palace and estalished a mseum.
Villa "Genovaite" is decorated with plaster moldings and paintings. Elegant banquet hall with four columns, rich marbling, stucco, painting. Beams between the
columns and the roof is deocrated with friezes of 30 sculptures of women heads. Figure of ancient goddess Flora is painted in the center of the ceilling. At the side - cupids strewing flowers, bearing garlands and playing with pigeons. Sveksna Manor park with 9.5 hectares green area, is one of the most beautiful parks in Lithuania. There are many native and exotic tre species in this park, here you can find sundial, decarative vases, sculpture of the goddess Diana. The vibrancy of the park is provided by a few ponds, small river.
Up to date you can find here small park architecture: the central gate of the fence, garden fence gate with stone remains, ancient Roman hunting goddess Diana statue in the larger pond on the island. The newky restored sundial, a vase on a pedestal, round observation deck with railing, stairs with vases, St Mary sculpture, "Angel of Freedom", footbriges.
Today in villa "Genovaite" you can take a ride in a brougham, organize a photo shoot, a buffet or weddings.Also, there are catering and accommodation as serivces as well. There are offered tables and the other equipment for a photo shoot.
The Palanga Manor or Tyszkiewicz Palace is a Neo-Renaissance style building in Palanga, Lithuania, built for the Tyszkiewicz family. The construction was started n 1893 and finished in 1897. The palace is surrounded bya park wth ponds, fountains, and collections of rare plants. Since 1963 the palace has housed the Palanga Amber Museum and is surrounded by the Palanga Botanical Garden.
The museum's collection of amber comprises about 28,000 pieces, of which about 15,000 contain inclusion of insects, spiders, or plants. About 4,500 pieces of amber are exhibited; many of these are items of artwork and jewelry. The museum holds the third largest amber specimen in Europe, the "Sun Stone", weighing over 3.5 kilograms, which has been stolen twice. The cultural and artistic exhibits of museum currently include a 15th-century ring, a 16th-century cross, and amber jewelry from the past four centuries, as well as number of modern decorations.
The exhibition areas open to the public include 15 rooms covering about 750 square meters; a chapel connected to the palace houses temporary exhibitions. The museum is thematically divided into the scientific and cultural/artistic aspects of amber.
The first floor is dedicated to displays that illustrate the formation and composition of amber. Amber in the area arose from deltaic deposits of rivers flowing from Fennoscandio in the Eocene Period, about 40 to 45 million years ago. The processes via which resin is changed into amber by microorganisms, oxidation, and polymerization are illustrated. Samples of microdrops and microicicles (i.e. "amber within amber") are among the displayed items. Amber from other areas world is also part of the collection.
The cultural and artistic exhibits include a 15th-century ring, a 15th-century cross, and amber jewelry from the past four centuries, as well as a number of rosaries, cigarette holders, and decorative boxes. The missing amber artifacts thta were dated to the Neolithic era have been reconstructed by archeologists. Selections of modern amber work are part of the collection, including pieces by the Lithuanian artists Horstas Taleikis, Dionyzas Varkalis, Jonas Urbonas, and others.
The gardens surrounding the museum cover about 100 hectraes. They were designed by the French landscape architect and botanist Edouard Andre and his son Rene Eduard Andre, assisted by the Belgian gerdener Buyssen de Coulon. Local historians have estimated that they originally cantained about 500 varities of trees and shrubs, some brought from gardens in Berlin. About 250 imported and 370 native plant species are now represented at the park; 24 of these are included in Lithuanian's 1992 list of endangered species. Pine and fir trees adapted to the sandy soil predominate.
The park features a rose grden, greenhouse, rotunda, a sculpture of Eglė, the Queen of Serpents, a Holocaust memorial, ponds, ans gazebos;during the summer it hosts concerts and festivals. It contains an ancient forested sand dune, known as Birutė's Hill,topped witha chapel dedicated to Saint George, that was built in 1869. According to legend, this dune in the place wher Grand Duke of Lithuania Kęstutis met his wife Borutė, a pagan pristress, and where she is supposed to have interred in 1382; it has been a pilgrimage site ever since.
Kretinga Manor was built in the 15th - early 16th century. Count Tyszkiewicz bought it from Mikalojus Zubovas in 1875 and it became the family's residence. He beautified the buildings futher by adding a glassed conservatory a faux cliff and cascading waterfall, the walls were decorated with corals. It was the most famous winter garden in Lithuania.
In 1992, the restored buildings became home to the Kretinga Museum which has archeological, numismatic, and old Lithuanian folk art and ethnographical expositions. There is regular rotation of contemporary art also. Regional tourist information is also available. The buildings host various events and may be rented for conferences and seminars. The winter garden has a cafe.
The manor's location had always provided sheltet from maritime wind in the areas. Its moders history is said to have begun when the bishop of Vilnius, Ignacy Massalski, planted fruit trees there in the late 18th century. In 1874 the land was purchased in an auction by Count Tyszkiewicz. In the course of creating a family manor, he converted the existing residence into a palace, built the orangery, now known as the Winter Garden, and re-landscaped the grounds. The landscaping included cascading ponds, a waterfall, arbors, fountains, sculptures, and parterres.
The idea of turning the manor into a museum is credited to Juozas Žilvitis: thr Kretinga Museum Committee was established in 1935. The garden was completely destroyed during World War II. In 1940 the museum became a branch of the Kaunas State Museum (now the Vytautas the Great War Museum). In 1987 the greenhouse was rebuilt, since 1998 the Kretinga Estate Park Friends Club has been a co-sponsors.
Exibits and expositions
The exibits portraying the life of the Tyszkiewicz family occupy seven halls, and contain family portraits, furniture, photographs, household objects, and paintings. The folk art exibits contain textile art and works of kryždarbiai, the traditional Lithuanian art of fashioning crosses. Household articles include tools and furnitureused during various eras.
Recent exhibitions have featured jewelry, ceramics, printed matter of historic interest, and folk costumes. The gardens and the orangery, which contains a cafe, are frequently updated. The museum sponsors concerts, scientific and research projects, holiday special a "Tree Feast", and folk dance presentations.
Vasaknos Manor is a perfect destination for romantic gateways. Once built and owned by the most influential noble families of Lithuanina - Radvilos (Radziwill), Pliateriai (Plater), Tiskeviciai (Tyszkiewicz) - today Vasaknos Manor is a popular wedding and event destination among those looking for authenticity, quality, and beautiful landscape. Unique architecture combines the antique stone and brick walls with oak constructions, glass, and granite in a beautiful connection between the past and the present.
Vasaknos Manor ensemble includes a reconstructed Manor and a brewery, which had already existed in the 18th c., a lakeside sauna, a park with ponds and paths, preserved substructures of stabling and the original palace.
Vasaknos & Radvilos Family
In 1505 the Manir was bought by Radvilos (Polish name is Radziwill) - one os the richest families in Europe at the time. Vasaknos Manor was one of Jonas I Radvila favourites. His grandchildren rebuilt the original and other buildings to be used for rent. While the estate owned by Radvilos was decreasing in XVII c., they kept Vasaknos Manor the longest.
Vasaknos & Plater Family
In 1719, the Manor was bought out by Plateriai (Plater) Family. The first owner was Count Ferdindas Pliateris. Plateriai owned the Manor for over a hundred years.
Vasaknos & Tiskeviciai Family
Around 1828 Vasaknos Manor was taken over by Count Jonas Mykolas Tiskevicus (Polish name is Tyszkiewicz). However, secceding inheritors lived in Poland and the abandoned Manor was doomed for decay.
Vasaknos in XX century
World War I marked the beginning of the tragic period for the Manor. The buildings were abandoned, and once Lithuania was occupied and integrated into the Soviet Union, the Manor rotted away to its foundation.
Vasaknos Manor today
In 2003 the Manor of Vasaknos was acquired by its current owners, who, with the financial support from European Union Structural Funds, have brought it back to life. Today the Manor ensemble is composed of a barn (the building that has been rebuilt), servant house (a brewery today), stabling, the ruins of the original Manor and a park, which has been announced a national heritage site.
Also, there a lot of activities in the Manor. There is a chance to participate in an authentic beer tasting session and an excursion of the brewery, organize a sports competition in the centuries-old Manor park, enjoy a refreshing soup made over fire at a pergole overlooking the lake, relax at a steam sauna, and refresh by swimming in the lake.
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One of the most beautiful places in the Historical Regional Park of Dieveniškės is the castle of Norviliškės. The monumental castle built in the 16th century is a pearl of history and archeology. Unique, authentically restored Renaissance castle of Norviliškės shines like a diamond in the crown of Lithuanian castles. Once forgotten majestic building was raised to live a new life. The castle stands in unique corner of Lithuania - Norviliškės (Šalčininkai district) which is deeply ploughed into the territory of Belarus.
There are numerous historical facts and legends about the Norviliškės castle. It is known, that the castle was built by a wealthy Prussian merchant Vaitiekus Šorcas in the place of an old manor in the beginning of the 16th century. He fell in love with the local beauty, Countess Darata Zienovičiūtė. It was because of her brave warrior from Mariemburg decided to stay in the Great Duchy of Lithuania. The newlyweds bought the old manor by their own means. They built their dream castle, somehow alluding Italy. But their happy life was not long. Vaitiekus perished in the battlefield, and Darata became a widow. After her husband’s death Darata brought Franciscan monks from Vilnius and gave them Norviliškės estate. Turbulent events made their way into the history, and in 1832 the monastery was closed and monks moved to the Franciscan monastery in Naugardukas. The church was also closed. Tsarist government took the Norviliškės monastery, church and other buildings. After some time the wooden church was dismantled, logs brought to Alšėnai and used to build an Orthodox church.
By the way, the inventory of 1933 says that the monks hid a large sum in silver and gold when the monastery was closed. It says that the treasure was hidden somewhere near the church and monastery. Nobody has found the treasure as well as the legendary tunnel from Norviliškės to Alšėnai. Only the tunnel from the castle to the belfry was found.
Today the castle is open for tourists, conference attendants and people, who want to relax and have fun. In the Norviliškės Castle you can organise conferences, parties, theme evenings, wedding and baptizing parties, knights’ shows, concerts and performances to our guests, invite them to the restaurant and offer wide range of active leisures like: Axes and Knives Throwing Competition, Horse Riding, Painting a Picture, Tree Climbing, Adventurous Orienteering, Night Adventurous Orienteering, Shooting at Clay Pigeons (Trap Shooting), Shooting Bows and Crossbows at a Target, Shooting Wild Animals with the Bow, Field hockey, Relay – race and many more. Also, there are a lot of different showc and music concerts like:Knight’s show, Fire show, Shooting with the burning arrows, Cannon installation, Ancient dances, The concert of ancient music, Dance Lessons, Popular music concerts (Be togerther), Skrabalai, The tasting of wine, mead, cognac, brandy and beer, Illusionists Shows, The show of Chocolate making, Fireworks and others.
Moreover, there is a chance to get unusual dinner - "Sunday dinner". Renewing the “Sunday Dinner” traditions in Norviliskiu castle, this year we offer our guests a special 3 hour program. During this program You will have an opportunity to taste exclusive nobleman’s dishes, get acquainted with medieval meal traditions, games, the history of the castle and it’s surroundings.If you have little one’s not think twice about taking them with you – we’ve prepared a special program for them. The Master of the castle named Pilėnas and merry, medieval dinner will wait for You in the castle every Sunday from 2 pm and leave You an indelible impression.
Bistrampolis manor – it is a part of our countryside historical memory and national culture. The current generation feels a sense of responsibility for continuity of our forefathers’ culture, but the current Lithuanian economical and social relations, allocation of rights and responsibilities does not guarantee the preservation of heritage. Many of the manors aggrieved during the wars waned or were devastated in later times and continues to wane.
Surrounded by a wonderful old park, reminiscing the middle of 19th century, newly renovated manor is located in the North of Lithuania, 700 meters from Via Baltica highway, 14 km from Panevezys.
Neo-classical style Bistrampolis manor complex consists of hotel, restaurant, concert hall and the manor rooms of various sizes for seminars and banquets. Away from the manor house, in the park there is a Chapel – museum of smugglers of forbidden Lithuanian books. For more active recreation – sports ground equipped with tennis court and basketball ground. SPA centre is built in the wain building of the manor.
This manor has already existed since the end of the fifteenth century. The manor was owned by Bistramai family since the end of the seventeenth century till 1940. The family is related to famous people – their relative Henryk Sienkiewicz who collected the material and created a famous polish trilogy: 1. „With Fire and sword“ (1883–1884), 2. „Deluge“ (1884–1886), 3. „Mister Volodyjevsky“ (1887–1888). Therefore the manor is relevant to polish culture and is often visited by polish tourists. Three landlords also being generals took part in the battle of Borodino in the Russian side. So the manor is also related to Russian culture. The pioneer of Lithuanian branch of Bistramai family was Jonas Kazimieras Bistramas – the landlord of King Vladislav IV. His son Jonas Evaldas has acquired a manor in 1695, which was then called Barklainiai and it was started to call Bistrampolis in the second half of eighteenth century.
The Ilzenberg manor was founded in 1515 by Berndt Kerssenbrock, a vassal of the Order of Livonia. He owned 615 ha of land and 2,234 ha of land with peasants. Historical documentation of the port of Riga suggests that the Ilzenberg Manor was engaged in economic activities even back then. B.Kerssenbrock, through the port of Riga, traded grains, butter, tar, spices, and other farming products.
There is anything known about the Ilzenberg manor's first landlord, German noblemen Kerssenbrocks. However, there is evidence that the manor’s infrastructure, in essence, was not different from estates typical for Livonia and Northeast Lithuania of those days, which consisted of a dwelling house (palace) and outbuildings: stables, stack yard, barn, smokehouse, shed, icehouse, creamery, and bathhouse.
During the period of 1863-1896, the Ilzenberg manor was managed by Fuchs. He rebuilt the manor, which remained virtually unchanged to this day.
Ilzenberg Manor area is not just a park and the manor. People are living here year-round, besides, the first and the largest in the Baltic countries Ilzenberg Manor Farm is operating here in compliance with biodynamic farming principles.
The goal of the “Ilzenbergas” Farm – to become a model of the community-supported biodynamic farm throughout Europe.
The priority of the “Ilzenbergas” Farm – to produce healthy, natural, lovingly grown food both to be consumed by the farm itself and supplied directly to a client.
Foods grown in such a farm will be primarily different by the absence of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, or other additives: in fertilization using manure, mulch, natural rot, and silage. Secondly, the products differ in their composition: they will contain no preservatives, artificial colours, flavour enhancers, substitutes, or any other additives used for food sold in retails chains. Third, this food is energetic, man-produced with love and devotion.
Salos manor and park (Kamajai eldership). Salos manor and the park is in the island of Dviragis lake shore.
Since 1567, Salos belonged to the Radvilos family branch – Nesvyžiai. In 1806, Salos manor was bought by Marikoniai, the nobles of Italian born. The manor was started to construct in the XVIII century, until 1855 was created all manor ensemble. Monumental palace has a variety of shapes and details. Especially valuable is Classical proportions and six great Doric columns portico in the central part of palace. Salos park is one of the oldest parks in Lithuania. When Radvilos were the owners, there was a forest park, where the trees were not felled. The park has many species deciduous trees - maples, lindens, ashes, gray poplars, which is currently two hundred years old. The trail to the lake was connected with the avenue and trail of the park. Now, the park is dilapidated, trees compacted. Park status became worse when the lake level has been raised and flooded coastal strip. However, Salos manor and park is not only Rokiškis region, but a centerpiese of all Lithuania Highland.
The Užventis watermill and distillery it is everything what remained of The Užventis Manor.The registration documents state that this mill was built in 1870. However, in historical sources it is mentioned that Užventis already has a watermill and brewery on the bank of Venta river in 1759. The last owner of Užventis manor, signatory of the Act of Independence of Lithuania Jonas Smilgevičius, was an intelligent man who is also known as famous economist and great landowner. He built a turbine instead of the water wheel in the mill which produced electric power for the manor and the whole village. This watermill is placed on the beautiful bank of Venta river and surrounded by old park. The spirit of its history is ever present. While looking at the willow branches touching water you can still feel the presence of Lithuania's famous writer, Šatrijos Ragana, who once lived and wrote here. Life in Užventis manor was the inspiration of her most valuable works „Sename Dvare“ and „Viktutė“.
Nowadays, Užventis Watermill is transformed into a hotel where you can not only spend a night but also you get some SPA procedures like Aromatherapy or Sauna. Also, there are a few halls for different events.
Bebrusai manor is set on a beautiful Bebrusai lake in Lithuania, Moletai. We can accomodate up to 20-30 persons in 10 beautifully furnished rooms, 7 of them with lakeview. There is a conference hall and dining room. After fruitfull working day we are offering Sauna and Japanese bath on the shore of the lake.
We wanted to restore old Lithuanian traditions of Manor building. We are very proud that we had excelent architects working with us: Saulius Šimelionis and his best friend architect Ričardas Stulpinas, excelent architect and extremelly nice person.
During family events and business meetings one of the most important things providing the success for the event is good food. We are seeking excelence in providing best food available in Lithuania. We are cooperating with according to Tripadvisor.com Number 1 Lithuanian restaurant “Druskos namai” (www.druskosnamai.lt). Also, we have good relations with the owner of the restaurant Gareth Sanderson – professional chef managing to create masterpieces out of local produce.
There is a possibility to cook your own food in a professional kitchen.
“Bebrusai manor” very well suits for:
Starting January 2011, tourists are welcome to this 5 stork homestead. The authentic country houses, built from the logs debarked manually and located in the Aukštaitija ethnographic region of Lithuania, offer 20 double bed rooms with en suite showers and toilets, furnishings and equipment, TV, and an extra guest bed. To protect the privacy and peace of the guests, all guestrooms are located away from the main building in which celebrations may take place. We can arrange a party for a group of up to 100 people. Accommodation is available for up to 100 people. We are able to bring groups of guests to the homestead on our bus.
"Padvaiskas Manor" is located 35 km from Vilnius (along the old Molėtai Road), near Širvys and Musia lakes and the manor house (locally called the ‘palace’) built by the Masovian Marshal Kazimieras Jelenskis. A large oak tree 25 metres in height growing next to the manor house is said to be 500–600 years old. Tourists staying at the farmstead can cycle to the village of Glitiškės, where a picturesque cycling path, Struvės Lankas (Struve Arc), begins. You may pick berries or mushrooms in the forest, play beach volleyball, or go boating, kayaking or swimming in the large pond of the homestead. A special route is available for enthusiasts of off-road vehicle or quad bike riding. Skiing and skating is available in winter. There is a Sauna on the homestead. We can make in the authentic bread oven fresh bread that you can enjoy on site and take home as a gift. Guests may cook their own food or may enjoy meals provided during the day. The homestead is 0.3 km away from the nearest shop and 3 km away from the nearest chemist’s.
DID YOU KNOW... that the village of Paberžė (3 km away from the homestead) was the only site of bullfighting in Lithuania after in 18th century?
Krikštėnai manor was first mentioned in the 18th century as a property of the duke Ksaveras Bogušas. After he moved to Warsaw, Vilnius vice-governor Bagenvski administered the manor, later on, Julijonas Pac Pamerneckis took over the administration. This owner of the manor built a late Baroque style manor in the middle of the 19th century in Krikštėnai. His sons sold the manor to tsarist Russia admiral of French ancestry Ignas de Bondi; the manor belonged to his family until 1940. The last owner of the manor Eugenija Janušienė de Bondi was killed by NKVD soldiers in Zarasai district on the 24th of June, 1941 together with other political prisoners from Ukmergė prison. After the war the manor belonged to Krikštėnai soviet farm and was abandoned; later it was slightly repaired and once again abandoned. In 1994 Krikštėnai manor was returned to de Bondi’s successors. The successor did not resolve to rebuild the manor that belonged to her grandparents. She had owned the property for several years, and then she decided to sell it. Currently the manor belongs to Vladas Algirdas Šemeta.
Today Krikštėnai manor has once again reborn; its unique style has been also restored. The manor is located at a peaceful and remote place exclusive for its blend of beautiful space and picturesque landscape; the place suits perfectly for those who wish to have a good time in the nature without compromising conveniences and luxury. Krikštėnai manor is an ideal place for occasional and cultural events, passive and active recreation or seminars. One can feel the spirit and elegance of the old times which is blended with modern esthetics.
Accommodation: cozy and stylish, luxury apartments with saunas and Jacuzzi are offered for visitors of the manor. This will provide a calm relaxation and an incredible view to the surroundings.
Hall rent: Spacious and glittering ball halls with fireplaces and cozy chamber environment. These halls have been designed for formal celebrations, wedding ceremonies and parties. Conference halls are fitted for seminars, training sessions and other business activities.
Cuisine: we serve high quality gourmet food, which will please taste of even the most demanding client; we also provide an opportunity to relish on hot dishes and drinks specially offered by the Chef. Pleasant and professional services are guaranteed.
Entertainment: every client may refresh his/her spirit by enjoying pleasures of water in saunas, pools, Jacuzzis and huge ponds in the outdoor terrace. For gamers we offer billiards; fishermen will also have an opportunity to try their luck.
Taujėnai mentioned in the sixteenth century. the second half. Classical-style palace, built in 1802, survived to this day. Manor until the twentieth century. mid Radvilians residence. Now Taujėnai - your family, friends or corporate celebration and conference rooms. It agreed with the spirit of ancient times with modern aesthetics with us, you will find peace and comfort.
Taujėnai mentioned in the sixteenth century. the second half. The eighteenth century.At the end of Taujėnai ruled Marikonis Earl Benedict, who in 1785. married M.Radvilaitė and got the estate of his wife's dowry. It is by an Italian architect, Piero de Rosso in 1802. classical style palace built, and planted an English-style park, where the inter-war era was the largest flower garden in Lithuania. After B. Marikonis death Taujėnai again went Radvilos. The nineteenth century. Taujėnai famous for its exclusiveness and richness. 'S interior was richly decorated with portraits of the Radziwill family, sculptures, hunting trophies, antique weapons. Taujėnai Radvilos belonged to the Soviet period. It is ruled by Carol Radziwill and his son Constantine Radziwill (b. 1873). To 1941. was exiled to Siberia and died there.
B. Marikonis Taujėnai built similar to his own house snova. Taujėnai outstretched Linjia took shape during this period Lithuania castles were usually built in a horseshoe shape. 'S body in the middle deck, and the one-storey wings. Front façade of the palace facing the south side.Portico is composed of six equidistant from each other build toskaniškų columns with square base. They support beam ceilings, decorated frieze (Frieze - a horizontal decorative band structure breaking surfaces). Frieze is decorated with bas-reliefs, one of the heraldic and other crafts shows.
Taujėnai Manor Park is a preserved mansion and other buildings: Manor Barn - only one in Lithuania three-story wooden barn (Barn - grain warehouse). Building more than 250 years, this heritage protected object. Chapel - a chapel decorated with a statue of Mary, the manor park. Chapel built in the place where, according to historical sources, as well as Radziwill times stood a chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes. Beekeeper's house - brick house, standing in the park near the old manor Vilnius-Panevezys road. "Peklužė" - buried in Manor Park, with large wooden doors, Radziwill times it has been subjected to torture serfs.In Soviet times, was installed in the basement pub. According to some sources, came from the basement of the mansion and dungeons Taujėnai church.
The manor hotel, is located above the cafe. hotel, has double rooms with double beds, separate shower and toilet and a mirror - two double rooms with shared hallway and shower and toilet.
The second floor of the mansion are three double bedrooms, green, yellow and red. This is someone to interior rooms are furnished with antique furniture. Rooms with private shower and toilet.
In addition to the mansion located at the guest house (they are family, double and duplicate room) can accommodate about 120 people.
Paliuniskis manor homestead is situated just 8km away from Panevezys city. It is located in old park where previously stood a manor, near by the Levuo river. The homestead is noticed by its private location and big, more then 3 ha park.
In Paliuniskis manor homestead we invite you to celebrate christenings, weddings, anniversaries, wedding eves or simply thematic parties. We also invite you to organize seminars, presentations or meetings. All families with their children are welcome for calm time together or to rest in the nature surrounding. We will take care of your feast table and accommodation. In the morning you will be able to refresh in Russian bath and to swim in a pool.
You will find eight luxuriously-decorated sleeping apartments in the manor, a Jacuzzi bath, luxurious living rooms and dining rooms with old and newer paintings, as well as cozy attic conference room. On the second floor of the manor there is a bedroom with a beautiful view of the ancient park. This bedroom was a favourite of President Antanas Smetona. In the basement of the octangular icehouse there is a sauna, and above it there is a cozy soiree room. There is also a ballroom with capacity for 400 people in the restored estate ensemble. Adjacent to the spirits-factory, there are cozy rooms that are available during the winter pe-riod. The surroundings of the Šešuolėliai estate are well-suited for occasional and cultural events. Here one can touch upon the spirit of the ancient times, the luxuriousness of culture and estates, mixing with the aesthetics of our times.
Pakruojis manor is located in the northern part of Lithuania - in Pakruojis, famuos for its dolomite mines, ancient brewery traditions, noblemen cuisine and distinctive stories. Most of the Lithuanians know manor suroundings from the legendary hikes of Tadas Blinda. Pakruojis Manos, built in the Classical style, is the largest complex of manor buildings in Lithuania to have survived to the present day, and it is listed in the Lithuanian Cultural Heritage Regoster and the Lithianian Record Book as the largest protected manor homestead. Pakruojis Manor homestead ensemble differs from other Lithuanian manorsin its stylistic approach. Expression of stylistic forms and harmony is typical to buildings of the economy and representational part os manor, surrounded by century - old valuable Park. Pakruojis Manor homestead is the ensemble of bright axial cmposition, buildings consist o four groups; central - representative, two economic and industrial.
Pakruojis Manor has been first mentioned in written sources in 1531. The establisher and the first owner of teh manor was the steward of Rietavas M. Vakavicius. Later, the manor was ruled by V. Martinavicius, A. Koleckis, S. Juskevicius, the noblemen Zabielos, the Munsters. When Wilhelm von der Ropp married the countless Alexandra Munster in 1786, the manor as a dowry became the property of von der Ropp family.
The first manor buildings were wooden. Masonry ensemble of the manor palace was built in 1817- 1840 from local building materials. Manor was developed until 1890.
After the war, the Soviet economy was founded in Pakruojis estate. The manor palace was renovated in 1959. There was an agricultural technical schoo until 1979, later - an agricultural personnel training school.
Tadas Blinda is best known as "a robber", "a leveller", he is called Lithuanian Robin Hood. Pakruojis Manor is related with this character because the famous scene of his beating was filmed at the square near the farm building. Those, who are interested in Tadas Blinda and his hikes, are welcome at the restaurant Trakterius where you could find even real moustache of Tdas Blinda!
Pakruojis Manor offers you a bid variety of entertainment activities:
Also, there you can choose an educational program, enjoy SPA and bathhouse service, dwell in Pakruojis Manor hoter, visit restaurant and get a special offer.
Hotel "Stadala" is a 3* hotel, with the capacity of up to 70people. The rooms are cosy and clean, You can feel the spirit of XIX century and enjoy Your time in the hotel and Pakruojis manor.
Dvaras-Manor House is located only a few steps away from Vilnius Cathedral and Grand Duke's Gediminas Castle. The hotel's name gives a glimpse into the history of the building. In Lithuanian, Dvaras means Manor House.
From written sources dating back to 1790, it is learnt that the original Manor was built in the 17th century, on land belonging to a powerful and well known Lithuanian ducal family Radvilos. It is known that this first building on the site had five guest-rooms, a shop and a beer house.
Today's Dvaras-Manor House hotel offers a wide variety of services for the convenience of the modern day discerning guest.
All the eight guest rooms are tastefully furnished, with a full range of modern facilities that include satellite TV, direct-dial phones, free wireless Internet access in every room, mini bars, under-floor heating in the bathrooms, fans, filtered water and individual room heating and air conditioning regulation.
The hotel's restaurant with two halls, Classical and the Gothic, offers superb European cuisine in an elegant and romantic atmosphere.
Dvaras-Manor House is distinctly small, charming and family owned and it provides high quality services.
Dvaras-Manor House offers eight unique rooms, decorated in classic style. Some rooms offer guests a view of the Vilnius Cathedral and the Grand Duke's of Lithuania Gediminas Castle.
There are two Luxury suites, two Double rooms, one Twin room and three Single rooms in the hotel. In every room, there is a satellite TV, mini bar, Direct Dial telephone, fan and free wireless Internet access. The rooms are also equipped with individually controlled air conditioning and heating.
The Luxury Suite contains an extra convertible sofa-bed for a child.
The bathrooms are fitted with filtered water and heated floors.
Guests can enjoy the luxury of having breakfast served in the room.
“Grafo Zubovo” hotel – restaurant is located in a renewed manor of the 19th century that belonged to the Count Zubovas in Bubiai village. This manor is included into the World Heritage List. During its reconstructions, the authenticity of the building was retained. A small cozy hotel offers for its guests what we all look for, i.e. home warmth, exceptional attention and service for every guest. This hotel is ideal for guests who would like to have a calm rest, to enjoy their time and comfort, convenience and very delicious cuisine.
It is located near the road Siauliai – Kelme. Just 10 minutes to Siauliai city by car.
At the moment “Grafo Zubovo” hotel offers 10 rooms for its guests. All rooms are unique, however, they were fitted according to the same classical style. Through the windows of the rooms you can see a spectacular view to the park that was planted by the Count Zubovas himself and the alley of oaks that leads to Bubiai mound and Siauliai Sea.
All rooms have TV, free internet connection, telephone, and a mini bar in a luxury room. Heating in all rooms can be managed individually. There are two rooms fitted for the handicapped people.
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