Šentanel 3, 2391 Prevalje, Slovenija
+386 (0)2 823 11 04, +386 (0)41 867 375, +386 (0)31 877 612
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Offer
Activities on the farm
hiking, mountain climbing hunting playground for children biking table tennis
Activities in the surroundings
paragliding bowling ice-skating sauna swimming in outdoor swimming pool, archery river, lake swimming golf tennis equestrianism cross-country skiing skiing fishing

About the farm

Po cesti iz Prevalj; na Poljani pri gostišču Krivograd je odcep desno (in kažipot). Pot pelje nato tri kilometre skozi gozd; cesta, ki se odcepi na levo, pripelje do kmetije.

The Ploder farm is located in the village of Šentanel, which has won the title of most beautiful small tourist site in Slovenia for several years running. 

The Kumprejs spoil their guests with homemade dried meat delicacies, dairy products, all sorts of ciders, brandies, and dried fruit, plum and pear štruklji, and freshly baked rye bread.

Koroška is fun in summer and in winter. The skiing is good, ranging from the easy slopes of Ravne to the medium difficult at Ošven below Mount Uršlja Gora and the more difficult slopes in Črna na Koroškem. Črna also boasts a mountain biking center. In the spring, summer, and autumn, there are endless hiking possibilities, you can gather mushrooms in the forests or visit the farming museum on the Dvornikova Domačija farm, the Koroška Museum in Ravne, the mining museum in Mežica, and the house where the famous Slovene author Prežihov Voranc was born.


Key information

  • Open from to
  • 1. 1. - 31. 12.
  • Rooms
  • 10/2
  • Seat capacity
  • 60
  • Foreign languages spoken on the farm
    • German
    • English
    • Croatian

Pricelist*

  • High season
    • Bed and breakfast €25.00
    • Half-board €30.00
  • Low season
    • Bed and breakfast €25.00
    • 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.