„Bilvinų sodyba“

LCTA assessment
Homestead comfort level
It marks the qualification (comfort) categories of rural tourism homesteads. They are provided by the Association Council to their members providing rural recreation and rural tourism services, taking into account the level of  farmstead installation and provision of rural recreation services. All the homesteads of the members of the Association are divided into 5 categories, giving them one-, two-, three-, four- and five-stork signs. These categories of comfort are determined according to the classification requirements approved by the Association Council.
Study Leisure
Quiet rest
Family holidays
Fun at the farmstead
Basketball court
Homestead Advantages
Separate room for seminars
Pets are allowed
Catering service
Table tennis
Hot tub
Lithuanian sauna
Hosts speak
Guests are welcome
all the year round
Hosts live not in the farmstead but arrive on demand 
The homestead was found in 1989 m.
Became a member of LCTA: 2011 m.
Sleeping places
To 80
Seating capacity in the building
Homestead by
200 m
to the river Nemunas
Rural tourism homestead opened in 1989, among one of the first in Lithuania. Exterior of the building reminds small estate of the 19th century end. Facades are developed using ethnographic traditions, considering the concept of the Lithuanian wooden architecture. Inside you can feel pre-war spirit, you can see antique furniture reminding of the czar times and a variety of interesting antiquities.
The homestead is especially loved by newlyweds, thus the owners specialize in traditional family celebrations and organization of other events. We offer for our guests equipped dance hall, and a spacious banquet hall can accommodate up to 80 people. Banquet hall has air-conditioning system. On the 2nd floor of the building there are 8 rooms for the night. There is also a separate building with 2 rooms. There are 2 outdoor summerhouses in the yard, a basketball court, a place for fire, sauna, hot tub and outdoor swimming pool.
We can enjoy buildings erected by local folk masters: carvers, creative works of blacksmiths and district carpenters.