At the Little Paradise farm you will really become one with nature and for city people, the surroundings are unusually quiet. Fill your lungs with fresh air on long walks through the woods, pick mushrooms, blueberries and wild strawberries. Observe the wild animals that sneak onto the meadow in the evenings from your apartment. Rent bikes and explore the incredible hills and valleys at the far north-east of Slovenia.
There are two apartments available. The bigger apartment is 75 m2 big and can accommodate up to 7 people. It includes a living room, kitchen, bathroom and a bedroom with an extra bed. In addition, it has a sauna and a spacious terrace. The smaller apartment is actually a studio. It has 45 m2 and can accommodate 3 people. There is an extra bed in the double bedroom, a bathroom, mini kitchen and an exit onto a pretty terrace, where the morning sunlight will warm you up. Both apartments have TV, DVD and internet connection. If you wish, the hosts can provide homemade ecological goods such as bread, jams, pumpkin oil, meat, juices and, of course, the house specialty - goat cheese.
More than 160 different animals live at the ranch, which only 300 meters away from the apartment house. There are sheep, goats and the especially curious alpacas, that originate from the heights of South America. You can become completely absorbed into the farm life and help milking and feeding the animals, picking pumpkins or pressing cider apples. The children will definitely enjoy the playground as well. It is also possible to put them in day care and provide animation or torch lit evening walks around the nearby woods.
A modern cheese dairy has been opened recently at the farm. They make various dairy products from home produced goat milk: fresh cheese, semisoft cheese, walnut, chive, pepper or Tuscan spiced cheese, ricotta etc. Of course, you get to try all of this at the farm itself.
P.S. You can drop by to visit for a day. If you make arrangements in advance, they prepare a real local feast and a tasting of home produced goat cheeses.