Dornice 2, 1217 Vodice, Slovenija
+386 (0)51 847 017, +386 (0)41 393 577
2 apples
Activities on the farm
hiking, mountain climbing skiing equestrianism tennis biking bowling playground for children
Activities in the surroundings
cross-country skiing table tennis ice-skating

About the farm

The Lavrič farm is situated atop a hill, with a view over the valley stretching all the way to the distant Kamniške Alps and Karavanke Mountains. 

The Lavrič home was once a gostilna where the gentry used to arrive from Ljubljana and Kranj in carriages, and today it is a favourite stopping place for people on outings and on holiday who appreciate good food made from home-grown vegetables, meat, and dairy products. 

At the foot of Repenjski hill lies the Repnje monastery built in 1870 and the church of St. Tilen, which was first mentioned in written sources in 1476 and contains a Gothic stone statue of the saint. Other places to visit include Repnje, the birthplace of Jernej Kopitar, author of the first Slovene grammar book, Smlednik Castle, and Zbilje Lake where rowboats are for hire. Or you can simply explore the beautiful countryside by bicycle or on foot.

Key information

  • Open from to
  • 1. 1. - 31. 12.
  • Rooms
  • 6/2
  • Seat capacity
  • 60
  • Foreign languages spoken on the farm
    • German
    • English
    • Croatian


  • High season
    • Bed and breakfast €25.00
    • Half-board €32.00
  • Low season
    • Bed and breakfast €25.00
    • Half-board €32.00
*The offerings and prices were determined by tourist farms, which are also responsible for them. The prices of services included in this catalogue are only informative. The prices of services, calculated in EUR, do not include the tourist fee. During New Year's and Christmas holidays, prices may increase, and surcharges will also be required if you spend fewer than three nights at a farm. At most farms, discounts are available for children, and in some places lower prices also apply for retired visitors. Tourist farms reserve the right to change prices. At most farms, high season lasts from 1 July to 31 August, during public and school holidays.