A dignified Rehielamu awaits you. There is a historical Rehetuba, where a rare large limestone smoke oven has survived. The oven dates back to a time when the chimney was not yet known, and during the heating the smoke was released through the front door of the barn. Today, the stove only serves as a special exhibit, and geothermal heating provides heat throughout the house. However, the living room with a high ceiling creates a cozy atmosphere and allows you to have a good time with your friends even in winter, when there are thick purchases behind the window. This room has access to the terrace and courtyard.
The main house has four bedrooms inspired by a country house, three of which have a large double bed and one room has twin beds. Fresh linen and towels are provided in the bedrooms.
The bungalow, open to guests from May to October, has one double room and one twin room. Fresh linen and towels are always waiting in the rooms.
It is said that the kitchen is the heart of the house – this is definitely the case in Viduva Holiday House. There is enough space here to accommodate all the visitors behind the table. In the closet you will find beautiful dishes to dine especially luxuriously in the company of your best friends. A dishwasher helps to take care of the dishes, and coffee and tea are always at the house. The kitchen has access to a terrace with evening sun, in front of which there is also a fireplace and the possibility to use a barbecue (charcoal is brought by the visitor).
When decorating the Viduva holiday home, an attempt has been made to follow the principle that all the objects that have been on this farm for many years remain here even now, being valued and highlighted. In this way, historical details can be found in the rooms, which have been more or less restored and reused.
We have also thought of younger guests, that’s why there is a playground in the yard. Possibility to use a travel cot, the need for which should be noted separately in the comments box when booking.