Accommodation is in a cabin (small house on the farm) which has one double bedroom, one bedroom with double bed and single bed, a gallery area with single sofa bed and a double sofa bed in living area. There is also a mini kitchen area (fridge, sink and hob), toilet and shower. For chilly evening thre is also an open fire and TV.
In addition, 2km further away in the towm, there are three double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms available.
Unless you specify that you wish to be alone, the cabin (not the bedrooms) can be shared with other fellow travelers. The two bedrooms are separated but in the case that there are other guests at the same time, you would be required to share use the communal areas.
Next door to this is another cabin which is the social area. This has a big coal cooking area, a bar and lots of seating. Here you eat your meals and socialise in the evenings - your hosts will often go home before you go to bed and you can shut up the bar whenever you are done.
Food here is in the traditional style and homemade. Breakfast consists of items like bread, cheese, ham, jams and honey with juice and tea/coffee. Breakfast is being served in the accommodation cabins. Lunch is a variety of pies, stews, goulashes and similar, usually served with bread and salad. There are also local dishes like meat wrapped in cabbage leaves. Dinner is usually something grilled like fresh fish, chicken or sausages. The hosts are happy to find out what the guests like to eat and prepare something suitable but please bear in mind that this destination is heavy on bread, meat and potatoes.
Sometimes picnics are taken for lunch during longer rides. You will find that the meals are freshly prepared with locally sourced ingredients. They also make their own cheese and guests can sometimes get involved in crayfishing and mushroom picking during their rides (in warmer months). These goodies are then cooked up for your next meal.
Drinks are not included in the cost. As a rough guide, a beer (0.33l) or juice is usually about 1€, a bottle of wine can vary from 2€ - 20€ depending on the quality. If there is something in particular that you prefer to drink then just let us know and the hosts can get some in for you. You help yourself to drinks in the bar area and keep a tally and pay at the end of your trip, it's very casual and easygoing. You can try some local schnapps and other home-brews.
A supermarket is near in case you might need something, either food or items of personal nature.