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ABOUT THE HOUSE
From the past...
Možina's house is a rare example of a preserved historical house of a wealthy farmer in Polhov Gradec Hills. It is built in classical rural style. With its 106 hectares of land it used to be the wealthiest house in the Šentjošt area and its size was adequate for the owner to get hunting rights. It is built of stone, and so are the entrance portals. Years 1842 on one portal and 1894 on the other are the years the house was renovated. However, the house is much older as it has a gothic window on the east facade and was first mentioned in writing in 1652. Read more.
There are 4 apartments in Možina's house, two of them on the 1st floor and the other two on the 2nd. All of them have a kitchen, a bedroom, a living room and a bathroom. They are furnished with period furniture that ensures a comfortable, relaxing and pleasant stay.
… a wide variety of the best food from Grič Restaurant to Noj Tomi butchery, Orešnik cheese trade and all the other hospitable local farmers.
… a village of craftsmen and blacksmiths with openfire Oblak workshop
… so close that it is reachable by Ljubljana city bus and yet far enough to be tired if cycling from Ljubljana to the village
… a paradise for all hikers and nature lovers.
… a Celtic settlement, a pile dwellers' hunting ground, a Roman trade route, a working place for medieval fresco painters, a starting point of the solders leaving for the Battles of the Isonzo and a place of the first Village Guard in the Second World War.
… skiing in winter, football in summer, cycling in between.
We offer mountain/mountain-electric bikes for rent.
… a small village on the doorsteps of Ljubljana, in the heart of Polhov Gradec Hills, on the crossroad of Primorska region, Notranjska region and Gorenjska region.
… an oasis of localness in a global world
FROM MOŽINA'S HOUSE TO
All around Slovenia:
We also offer a shuttle to the locations of cour choice.
Across the border:
“We've enjoyed your hospitality for almost a month. Words can hardly describe our feelings. However, we would really like to express all the gratitude and happiness that we feel now when already saying goodbye and going back to Argentina, to our also green Tucuman. We feel great joy when remembering all the beauty seen and experienced in Šentjošt and Slovenia.”
Jože Žakelj in Jožejka Debeljak, ARGENTINA
WHERE ARE WE?
Šentjošt nad Horjulom 9, SI-1354 Horjul