Vodole 5, 2229 Malečnik, Slovenija
+386 (0)2 473 24 44, +386 (0)2 473 20 66, +386 (0)31 645 714
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Activities on the farm
biking hiking, mountain climbing
Activities in the surroundings
skiing cross-country skiing equestrianism tennis river, lake swimming sauna ice-skating playground for children

About the farm

A visit to the farm Pri Bračkotu, run by two generations of the Bračko family, is a special experience also because the owners are very familiar with countryside traditions and keep them to this day. The farm is known for its delicious food and for making excellent wines. The hostess always prepares menus in accordance with the season, thus offering her guests a rich variety of different flavours. Mushroom soup with buckwheat žganci (groats), homemade meat products and sausages, delicious gibanica (a type of cake)… that's just a small part of their rich culinary offer. The farm is children-friendly. There are children's highchairs available and healthy and nutritious meals are served. 

Children will especially enjoy spending time with the farms dogs, Laki and Ajka, who love children and are happy to do all sorts of tricks for them. If you're looking for active holidays, don't miss grape picking, which is a special experience at the Bračkos. The farm is an excellent starting point for visiting Maribor, Terme Fontana and the well known sports and recreational center Pohorje, a popular year-round destination.

Key information

  • Open from to
  • 1. 1. - 31. 12.
  • Rooms
  • 3/2
  • Seat capacity
  • 60
  • Foreign languages spoken on the farm
    • German
    • English
    • Croatian


  • High season
    • Bed and breakfast €23.00
    • Half-board €26.00
  • Low season
    • Bed and breakfast €23.00
    • Half-board €26.00
*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.