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Countryside in south Lithuanian region Dzukija - “Dzukijos sodyba”

The brand new countryside homestead “Dzukijos sodyba” located in south of Lithuania in national park of Dzukija old village Mardasavas. 800 metres from our place – confluence, where Ula river fall into river Merkys. Village is surrounded by Mardasavas wood.

Key advantages of the homestead “Dzukijos sodyba” are comfort and privacy - the homestead is intended for one company or enterprise‘s employees, therefore nobody could bother You and You will be able to enjoy the comfort and forget all troubles.

You could enjoy both quiet and active rest at the homestead – You‘ll find a timbered bath, there are kayaks and bikes rent services provided, next to the homestead flows Ula and Merkys rivers, surrounded by forests suitable for mushroom and berries picking, also lakes and rivers for fishing.

“Dzukijos sodyba” is suitable for up to 12 guests comfortable stay, there are kitchen with all the necessary equipment, WC and shower, TV and fireplace in the premises.

“Dzukijos sodyba” is fitted to celebrate Your and Yours friends parties, there is a big room equiped with fireplace on the ground floor, where could sit and relax all Your company, outside – broad terrace, rustic timbered bath and plenty of space for Yours company entertainments, parties and relaxation.

Our homestead is perfectly suitable to hold events, conferences, seminars, meetings and training of staff (up to 12 guests). Homestead is equiped with all the necessary conference tools.

We provide the transportation services in any place of Lithuania (e.g. at Vilnius airport, railway or bus station) – we could meet You or Yours guests, bring to our homestead and back, upon the separate and agreed fee.

“Dzukijos sodyba” – distances from the major Lithuanian cities:

  • from Vilniaus - 108 km;
  • from Kauno - 131 km;
  • from Klaipeda - 358 km;
  • from Panevezys - 226 km;
  • from Siauliai - 283 km;