The household receives guests throughout the year.
Room 1: 3 beds
Room 2: 2 beds
Total: 5 beds
You will have a chance to taste traditional dishes in this household. The hosts will recommend the best dishes from the traditional cuisine and the ingredients come from their own garden or from the farms of local producers. If guests have special demands related to food (vegan, vegetarian, allergies and so on), the hosts will gladly adjust the menu.
May: planting vegetables
July: mowing and hay gathering, extracting honey
August: mowing and hay gathering, extracting honey
September: fruit picking
October: fruit picking
Tasting of products: Yes
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: Yes
Horse riding: No
Organization of field trips: Yes
Children props: No
Bed sheets and towels: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes
Washing machine: No
Foreign languages in use in household: English
Ajdarpašić family lives in the village Vrševo, municipality of Petnjica, and you will be welcomed by the host Tufo, his wife Bisa and their son. This family is traditionally into bee keeping and this area offers ideal conditions for engaging in this activity and so the honey produced by them is of very high quality.
Bee keeping is the main activity of the household, but, beside this, they do gardening, cropping and fruit growing. This household includes premises for the processing of honey and you will be able to join them in extracting honey and other activities, if you happen to be their guest at the right time, of course.
Ajdarpašić household is situated at the altitude of 1,600 m, close to Radmanska gorge and archeological site Torina from the 3rd century BC, and the guests can enjoy in walks towards the neighboring mountain peaks, Rudina, Lom and Lađevac that offer a magnificent view of the mountains Bjelasica, Zekova Glava and Komovi. Guests can visit a large number of cultural-historical monuments on the territory of the municipality of Petnjica, and the highlight of the visit would be the old mosque in Petnica. While here, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to hear the story about and see the famous Ćilim (oriental carpet) from Bihor, a protected nonmaterial cultural heritage.