The household receives guests from April to November.
Number of beds 6
Bathroom: common to all rooms.
Guests can expect exclusively home-grown food grown in their garden. There is no menu but the guest decides for himself whether he wants vegetarian food or not.
April: preparation jobs for the harvest begin, managing the farm spread out along 100 ha, fruit pruning, cleaning the fishpond for the new spawn
May: plowing, milling, planting the potato, corn, cabbage, onion, animal care jobs, drilling water for irrigation.
June: mushroom gathering, mushroom drying, animal care jobs, collecting herbs.
July: collecting herbs, mowing, animal care
August: mowing, blueberry picking, forest fruit picking (raspberry, blackberry)
September: mushroom gathering, preparing firewood for the winter production of winter stores, making jams and juices
Tasting of products: Yes
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: Yes
Horse riding: Yes
Organization of field trips: Yes
Children props: Yes
Bed sheets and towels: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes
Washing machine: Yes
Foreign languages in use in household: English and Russian
Djeković family is made of 10 members, Boško and Vinka, the grandparents, their older son Aleksandar with his wife Biljana and three children: Sofija, Katarina and Ilija and, finally, their younger son Draško with his wife Snežana and two children, Dunja and Dušan. This family comes from Rudo Brdo, a mountain hamlet located some 10 kilometers away from Andrijevica in the direction of Kolašin, at 1,400 m altitude. The old family house of Djeković family in Rudo Brdo has welcomed the sixth generation of successors who will, hopefully, continue to maintain and manage the house and the farm as their predecessors. Even though the family lives at the outskirts of Andrijevica, they spend the larger portion of summer in the village, where many village jobs await, the jobs like planting the garden where you can find various plants common for this area. And then, the autumn comes together with the time when winter stores are prepared, and the hardworking granny Vinka needs only to buy some salt from the shop.
Djekovic household is situated at the foothill of the mountain massive Komovi. A marked bicycle trail passes through the farm. Also, the marked biking and hiking trail Bjelasica – Komovi is situated close to the farm. Montenegro paragliding club organizes jumps from the highest peak, which is one kilometer away from the farm. Some close by attractions are mountain Jelovica, you’ll need an hour drive to get there by an off-road vehicle taking the mountain macadam roads; then Zekova Glava at Bjelasica is also an hour drive away, Biogradsko lake is some hour and a half drive away. Some ten kilometers away from the farm you’ll come along the river Ljubaštica, comprised from a larger number of tributaries from Komovi springs, interesting for the fact that, according to some researches, its sand contains traces of gold (information taken from the book “Life on Komovi” by Bogdan Labović). Close to the farm, five kilometers away, a village Kralje is located, where a guest can visit a homeland museum, as well as the Church of the Ascension of Christ. Remnants of Macuri graveyard and houses can be seen close to the household, an interesting facts that tells a story about the first settlers of the area.