Guest House of the XVII Century
Originally, the building was owned by a successful local merchant. Architects confirm that this building belongs to the XVII Century B.C. One can believe it just by looking at the thickness of the log walls and particular features of the brickwork that have been fully preserved during the scientific restoration.
As soon as you enter the house, you are immersed in the atmosphere of Russian antiquity: the icon in the “red corner”, Russian oven with tongs (on Sundays it is used for cooking), three bedrooms that keep the interior of a Russian merchant's house. At the same time it has all the necessary amenities (two toilets, One bathroom) for a comfortable life, centered in the new part of the house.
There is a cozy kitchenette with utensils, stove and refrigerator, a spacious living room with fireplace and TV set, special area for barbeque, private secure parking and the Russian “Podvor’e” – compound with chickens, geese, goat named “Squirrel”, beds with cucumbers and other greens.
There is an overall atmosphere of peace, solitude and silence – something that is not enough in today's world.
Cost for the “Guest House of the XVII Century” – 18000 RUB
(including accommodation, breakfast at the hotel restaurant,
private secure parking).
Guest house are spacious enough to accommodate maximum up to 6 guests.
Children under 2 years stay for free.