It's a unique, self built cob house in a calm neighborhood. We aim for self-sufficiency, so you'll see how it looks and feels. We'll provide organic, local and healthy food. And there are a lot of strange art, recycled things and handcrafted details.
Every room in this house has some points of interest- art, architectural details, furniture, or view through the windows. Some of them will inspire you, some will look freaky, but this is how we manage things for ourselves.
We use sawdust composting toilet. We recycle grey water (from shower, kitchen sink and washing machine) in a self built subsurface wetland. And we heat our house with firewood.
We have a good enough sound system and a lot of different music. Bring your USB flash with favourite music and feel at home.
We keep chickens, rabbits, bees and red worms. If you never seen a working bee hive, here is a good chance for you to extend your knowledge, and test a honey made by treatment free bees and without a "help" of sugar.
Also you'll have a chance to test a realy good food and beverages here. Organic, eco, local, natural, healthy- you name it, but for us it's just a food we put on our table and we believe it's good for our family, and for shure, it will be good for you as well.
In essence, you can go whenever you like, or need, in our house.
Общение с гостями
Almost all the time someone is at home, so if there are any problems or questions, you'll find one.
Другие важные подробности
One of our guest rooms (single bad) has a firewood heater. If you're not comfortable with starting a fire, you'll have to allow me to do that. After fire is on, you'll have to add some wood from time to time.
Basicaly it's just live and let live.
I am anarchist, atheist and artist. I live with my wife Loreta in a self built cob house. We have two daughters (19 and 25), but they live their own life. I consider myself as friendly, calm, rational and peacefull person. My wife is even better... well, you know, not always, but still...
We try to live as free as it's possible in a nation state and consumerism dominated society, and if that means "illegal activity," or "bad cityzen", or "immoral", we don't care. We don't need masters or gods to tell us what is right and what is wrong. We have mothers and fathers for that , we have sisters and brothers, we have friends. And we have ourselves to make decisions.
We used to travel a lot. We did mountain climbing at younger age and visited almost all mountain sites in former Soviet Union, later- car and bicycle trips to France, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Poland, USA, Latvia. We still have plans for future, but for this moment we somehow feel satisfyed with one or two bicycle trips a year here, in Lithuania. So, Airbnb experience for us is a chance to socialize with people from other countries and cultures, and generate some income to cover our monthly bills. We already met a lot of beautifull people and feel enriched by their stories and experiences.