The household is opened from May to November.
Room 1: 2 beds
Room 2: 3 beds
Room 3: 4 beds
Room 4: 8 beds
Total: 17 beds
Bathroom: toilets and showers are placed in the open and they are shared by all the guests.
There is no menu at the household and traditional dishes are prepared for our guests, and for the hosts, as well. A guest should state in advance if vegetarian or vegan food is needed or if he/she is allergic to some ingredients or food.
May: garden works, looking after the herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats, collecting medicinal herbs
June: garden works, mowing an hay gathering, looking after the herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats, collecting medicinal herbs
July: garden works, mowing an hay gathering, looking after the herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats, making dairy products- cheese and clotted cream, collecting medicinal herbs
August: garden works, looking after the herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats, making dairy products- cheese and clotted cream, collecting medicinal herbs
September: garden works, looking after the herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats, making dairy products- cheese and clotted cream, collecting medicinal herbs
October: looking after herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats
November: looking after herds of sheep and goats, milking sheep and goats
Tasting of products: YES
Culinary classes – participation in preparation of meals: NO
Horse riding: YES
Organization of field trips: YES
Children props: YES
Bed sheets and towels: YES
Pets allowed: YES
Washing machine: NO
Foreign languages in use in household: ENGLISH, GERMAN
Dragan and his mother Zorka stay at their farm on Sokolina only during the summer months. This place holds a special place and meaning for the hosts. This is their bond – an emotional connection to tradition, family life from the days gone past and their everyday life. Primary activities of this household are husbandry and agriculture. Beside the 80-year-old tower, a traditional stone house on Sokolina, they have got a house in CrkvičkoPolje, where they spend their winters.
These hardworking hosts own meadows in both places, Sokolovina and CrkvičkoPolje, and they mow them and gather hay. They have also got gardens where they grow different types of vegetables. Their herds of indigenous sort pivskapramenkasheep and goats are placed in the village all the time, and that is why Dragan has to travel daily between these two locations.
The abundance in natural and culturalheritage, together with the hospitality of hosts, provides a true picture of the region’s way of life to our guests. The household is situated in the nature park called Piva. If you want to reach the asphalt road between ŠćepanPolje and Trsa, you’ll have to take a forest road for 2 km. The household, situated at the very edge of the river Tara canyon, offers a sight to a fetching countryside – steep slopes of the canyon and turquoise color of the river Tara, Piva Mountain, Ljubošnja, Durmitor and some border parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Memorial Home in CrkvičkoPolje is around 7 km away. The Monastery Zagradje is some 18 km away and, close to it, you’ll find the remnants of the medieval town Soko Grad and necropolis tombs Greek Graveyard, which is under UNESCO protection. The remnants of the medieval church of St. Stephen – Šćepanica in ŠćepanPolje are only 18 km away. A national mountain trail no. 192 passes next to the household and it connects it, on one side, over the mountain Piva to the National Park Durmitor, and on the other side, to CrkvičkoPolje and ŠćepanPolje. The attractive viewpoint ŠćepanovaStijena, situated a few hundred meters from the household, is the starting point of the local mountain trail which leads down to the river Tara, and then it connects this adventure to the new one – rafting tours that begin in Brštanovica and finish in ŠćepanPolje. There are numerous other trails passing close to the household that connect it to CrkvičkoPolje, such as the local mountain trail with some stunning views from numerous viewpoints, like MaričinaGreda and Zagonica and a local biking trail that goes through the katuns.