Globočice 8, 8262 Krška vas, Slovenija
+386 (0)7 496 10 57
3 apples
Offer
Activities on the farm
hiking, mountain climbing sauna equestrianism playground for children biking
Activities in the surroundings
hunting boules (bocce) bowling rowing archery cross-country skiing swimming in outdoor swimming pool, river, lake swimming table tennis golf tennis fishing

About the farm

Among the winegrowing hills and the peaks of the Gorjanci mountain range stands the “Pri Martinovih” tourist farm. They welcome guests in a wooden farmhouse more than 250 years old that has been beautifully restored and protected as a cultural monument. A kozolec (traditional Slovene hayrack), a granary, and a hay barn stand beside the house.

Hungry guests are spoiled with various homemade delicacies such as cold cuts, soups, stews, and meat dishes (roast port, lamb, suckling pig, chicken, and duck). In winter they cook sauerkraut, matevž, and roasted blood sausage. They offer a wide range of side dishes, bread from the open oven, various strudels, and as a local specialty they offer buckwheat potancelj. Homemade delicacies are well complemented from the farm wine cellar with Cviček, Modra Frankinja, and white wines and apple juice.

Guests can swim at the nearby Čatež Thermal Spa, the Krka River is even closer, and they can drive to Kostanjevica na Krki or walk to Veliki Cirnik or Sv. Vid.

Key information

  • Open from to
  • 1. 1. - 31. 12. (po predhodnem dogovoru)
  • Rooms
  • 6/2, 4/4
  • Seat capacity
  • 60
  • Foreign languages spoken on the farm
    • German
    • English
    • Croatian

Pricelist*

  • High season
    • Bed and breakfast €30.00
    • Half-board €38.00
  • Low season
    • Bed and breakfast €30.00
    • Half-board €38.00
*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.