The household receives guests throughout the year.
Room 1: 2 beds
Room 2: 3 beds
Total: 5 beds
Bathroom: shared by all the rooms
Traditional, homemade food is prepared, the same one as for the household. There is no menu, the guest is offered the dish prepared by the housewife for the day. For breakfast, she usually serves different omelets (eggs from their hens) with bacon or homemade ham, kačamak, poached eggs, homemade jam and bread and cheese from nearby farms. For lunch and dinner, a guest will be offered some cooked dish (a stew) with vegetables they produce and lamb bought from nearby farms. The guest should state in advance if vegetarian or vegan food is needed or if he/she is allergic to some ingredients.
March: orchard works: hoeing, pruning, fertilizing
April: garden works: preparing the soil for sowing and planting
May: mowing the orchard, planting of peppers, tomatoes and cucumber, collecting medicinal herbs
June: mowing the orchard, collecting medicinal herbs
July: picking raspberries and cherries, collecting medicinal herbs and forest fruit
August: Picking raspberries and hazelnuts, collecting medicinal herbs and forest fruit
September: picking hazelnuts and other fruit
October: Picking apples and pears. Squeezing fruit juice and making jam.
November: gathering leaves from the orchard
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: No
Kuveljić family lives in the village Pavino Polje and there are three generations living in the household: grandma Kata, her son Momčilo with his wife Radojka and their two children. Momčilo and Radojka are clerks but they spend the largest part of the year in their family house in the village and travel to Bijelo Polje, where their job is. Even though their family tradition is cattle breeding, they cannot do it in full because of their jobs (except of 10 hens and 1 goat), so they decided to start organic fruit and vegetable production (the latter only for the household needs). They grow the following plants on their farm: hazel, apple, pear, plum, cherry and raspberry. They use all their free time (holidays, weekends) to work in the orchard, and this is very relaxing and health-friendly for them.
Besides their jobs, the basic activity of Kuveljić family is fruit production but they also have their goat, hens and garden where they grow vegetables for themselves and for their guests. Using the fruit from the orchard, they make juices and jams and, if you visit at the right time of year, you can take part in these activities.
Kuveljić household is situated very close to the river Ljuboviđa and mountains Žubera and Lisa. A Visitor Center is only 1 kilometer away from the household. The center of their village hosts an old church and only 10 kilometers away from the household, you’ll find the source of the river Ćehotina and several mountain peaks that overlook the vivid and gentle valley of the river Ljuboviđa. Close to their household, one can find a lot of farms where some traditionally good cheeses are made, Kuveljić family use these themselves and offer them to their guests.