Vrh pri Fari 1, 1336 Kostel, Slovenija
+386 (0)31 285 723
3 apples
Offer
Activities on the farm
archery biking
Activities in the surroundings
hiking, mountain climbing river, lake swimming fishing

About the farm

The tourist farm Lukčeva domačija is found in the village of Vrh pri Fari. 

The farm offers a wonderful view of the Kostel Castle, Kolpa river canyon and surrounding forests that give the landscape a special charm. The owners grow fruit (apples, pears, plums) and hazelnuts on the farm. They also make juice out of organically grown fruit as well as excellent brandy (“rakija”). Naturally, they respect and continue the culinary traditions of the region, offering their guests typical dishes such as meat and potato stew (čuspajs), various meat dishes, cured meat products (kostelski želodec), desserts and homemade bread. 

Since your host Albin Likar is also an accomplished archer (he competes in tournaments and gives archery lessons), you can try your hand at archery as well. There are a lot of grassy spaces around the house where children can play and adults can relax. In the immediate surroundings there are many cozy corners and terraces for daydreaming or for relaxing in cool shade. Since the area around Kostel is quite varied, there is a wide range of things to do in your free time; you can try archery, hiking, cycling, volleyball, swimming or rafting on the Kolpa river which can be organized with the help of your friendly hosts. They can also prepare day trips for you.

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Key information

  • Open from to
  • 1. 1. - 31. 12.
  • Seat capacity
  • 25
  • Foreign languages spoken on the farm
  • German

Pricelist*

  • High season
    • Bed and breakfast €23.00
    • Half-board €30.00
  • Low season
    • Bed and breakfast €23.00
    • Half-board €30.00
*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.