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Satiju Dvaras guest house
Room type 1 persons (Eur.) 2 persons (Eur.) 3 persons (Eur.)
Standard single room 45 EUR -- --
Standard double room 52 EUR 52 EUR --
Junior Deluxe 54 EUR 61 EUR --
Deluxe room 71 EUR 79 EUR --
Extra bed supplement 12 EUR -- --


Built in year:
1889
Check in time:
14:00
Check out time:
12:00
Number of bars:
1
Number of conference rooms:
1
Number of floors:
2
Number of restaurants:
1
Number of rooms:
9
Opening hours (reception):
8-01h
Renovated in:
2007

the year 1889. A memorial tablet laid among the bricks of the building’s wall still exists, displaying “W. Ch. 1889-1890”.

According to historical sources, the estate was called the “Šatijai palace” in those days, and the Christauskai family, which resided at this building, managed this farm for generations. As mentioned in descriptions of it made in 1966, it was a really big farm at that time: “the house stands in a beautiful place on the hill. Further on, there are big stables, a barn, granary, smithy, basement and garden”.

Today the estate is newly reborn. Its unique traditional design, along with modern updates to accommodate people of the 21st century, is an invitation for you to have a good time, organize conferences, banquets, and to celebrate birthdays. Moreover, it provides the opportunity to have a good nights rest in its cozy rooms after a celebration. You are also invited to the restaurant, where you will not only be able to taste the usual European cuisine, but wild game steaks too.

Having the ability to accommodate up to 31 clients at the same time, we offer our entire package for tourists and large groups of people: accommodation with breakfast, lunch and dinner. We can book a bus for tourist trips around Kaunas and other places of interest.

We can also offer our guests:
to spend time playing golf in the golf club nearby,
a parking lot for their cars (30 places) free of charge,
a guaranteed complex of relaxation in our quiet surroundings.

 

According to historical sources, the estate was called the “Šatijai palace” in those days, and the Christauskai family, which resided at this building, managed this farm for generations. As mentioned in descriptions of it made in 1966, it was a really big farm at that time: “the house stands in a beautiful place on the hill.