- European, Armenian, Belarusian cuisine;
- health improvement (horse riding; skating and skiing in winter);
- rest at the lakeside;
- hunting, fishing, gathering mushrooms and berries;
- informative excursions (sightseeing tour to Bobruisk)
Single, double and triple rooms,
Fresh vegetables, fruits
TVset, bathhouse, telephone, shower, WC, kitchen
“Isabella” farmstead is situated in a picturesque place under the canopies of old trees. This is a three-storied house, built on the basement of an old mansion having been owned by an ancient princely family Isabella. Arched ceiling of a red-brickwork remind of the old times.
There is a spacious kitchen with all modern household appliances, a cosy reception room with a fireplace and comfortable furniture, a large hall with marble floor, etc.
Oak balusters lead visitors to the second floor where there is a hall with the fireplace making it warm and cosy. Old furniture was restored anew to complete a modern functional design of the hall.
The atmosphere is nice for lazy warm talks and dreaming in the company of your friends.
Seven rooms of the farmstead are nice accommodation providing comfort: the windows are curtained with light textile, the floor is covered with warm soft carpets, the furniture is modern and stylish.
Bathrooms are well equipped.
Bath fans can enjoy Russian banya embroidered with wood. The cottage is surrounded with a flower garden. A warm sun, a flower scent and a velvet green lawn give you pleasure and rest.
There is a clean lake not far from the cottage. It is lined with willows. The lake is full of fish, crayfish, and carps.
An ancient lime-tree not far from the cottage has a nest for storks and their baby birds to live there.
There is a fortress in 20 km away from the farmstead. The fortress was unsuccessfully attacked by the Napoleon’s troops in 1812. The famous Napoleon’s crossing over the Berezina River is also here. A local history museum and a theatre are also to your attention.
The Fame Barrow (Kurgan Slavy) which is located in 10 km away from the farmstead, the embrasure that was bodied over by the soldier Seleznyov keep glorious memories of the hard war times.
The owner of the farmstead is Manukyan Elena Anatoliyevna. She is fond of heart talks with interesting people, growing flowers, cooking national and European dishes.