Home / Accommodation / Guest houses

Holiday house "Vējiņi"

Holiday house “Vējiņi” is located on the bank of the Brasla river, and its comfortable furnishing enables visitors to enjoy recreation everywhere: in the house, in sauna, on outdoor terrace and in sleek surroundings.

The holiday house “Vējiņi” is a wooden house suitable for a large company of up to ten people. It has a sauna and a kitchen for preparation of delicious meals, as well as a dining area with a fireplace.

The upper floor allows guests to relax in three separate bedrooms with double beds or on futons in sleeping mansards.

Stepping out on the balcony of the holiday house, you will see a fabulous view – the beautiful Brasla river and ponds. For open-air recreation you can use an outdoor terrace where you have an opportunity to grill food and feast it on sitting at a large table.

You can also walk around the ​​well-groomed territory of the holiday house, surrounded by birch trees and beautifully adorned with a pond where you can fish.

Guests of the holiday house are invited to go on exciting guided excursions to the unique underground lakes in Latvia, Upes cave, Vējiņi hillfort and one of the largest downwarpings in Latvia – Elles pits.

Price for holiday house

  • For 6 to 10 people – 130.00 EUR; for two people – 50.00 EUR; for each additional person up to a total of 6 people – 15.00 EUR

Payment method

  • Cash
  • Bank transfer



For your convenience in holiday house

  • Kitchen (refrigerator, stove, kettle, tableware, kitchen utensils, toaster, microwave oven)
  • Audio system
  • Bathroom (toilet, shower, detergents, towels, hair dryer on request)
  • Bed linen/prepared beds
  • Free parking
  • Picnic areas and equipment


  • Pre-order required

Service languages

  • Latvian
  • Russian
  • English

Check-in time

  • From 16:00

Check-out time

  • Till 12:00

Additional services

  • Sauna
  • Guided tour of the underground lakes, Upes cave, Elles pits and Vējiņi hillfort
  • Laundry and ironing on request
  • Pets stay by prior agreement

Back to top