Bistrampolis Manor House was opened after the restoration in the Panevezys District. It is one of the most significant manors in Northern Lithuania, located 14 km away from Panevezys (in the Kaunas direction), near the Uliunai settlement, 700 meters from the Via Baltica road.
Here you can visit a unique ensemble of the manor house buildings, have a stroll down the park, and get acquainted with the rich history of the manor house.
A hotel has been established in the restored manor house with 13 rooms intended for the accommodation of guests. The rooms of the hotel have been provided with ecological furniture manufactured from natural timber, the surfaces of which have been waxed and oiled using natural ecological materials. The first floor houses a cosy coffee house - restaurant. Conference halls and ballrooms have been established on the second floor, decorated with antique pieces of furniture and canvas. A spectacular outdoor summerhouse is located on Birutes Hill in the park of the manor, and the house of the gardener is located nearby. The silhouette of the park is enlivened by newly laid pathways and bridges joining the banks of the pond. There is a museum of book-smuggling established in the chapel, located more remotely from the central manor. Here one can see a fresco under the motives of book-smuggling painted by the world-famous painter, Professor Antanas Kmieliauskas. The main accent of the chapel is an authentic cross - in 1918 the best-known patriarch of the Lithuanian book-smugglers died hugging this cross.
A concert hall has been established in the former stud of the manor, in which Bistrampolis festivals have been taking place every summer since 2003.