Boutique Hotel is especially stylish, luxurious and exclusive. The unique style of the 18th century manor house seen in a unique interior decoration of each room opens the pages of the glorious history of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
The unique design of the hotel, as well as the highest European standards of rendered services create an atmosphere of an unforgettable journey through time, where even the most demanding guest will not remain indifferent.
The old manor park, which secludes Boutique Hotel from the daily crowd, will let you feel in a luxurious and quiet country residence, where everything will be just for you.
Cozy intimate hotel lobby with a fireplace and an antique piano invites to have heart-to-heart talks with friends and creates a romantic mood. You can enjoy classical music performed in the evenings.
We would like you to experience a truly unique trip as well as to feel like a true Lord and a true Lady, stopped to board in the Park-Museum of Interactive History Sula, and we are pleased to offer a transfer in a luxury car or our helicopter.
In the territory of the family estate in the heart of the old park, we recreated a charming outhouse for guests who would like to get away from it all.
Yet in the XVIII century, a landscape park was lovingly laid out here with a lot of strange and noble trees. The ground floor is made of hand-hewn rubble, finished with typical of that era elements of plaster containing splashes of black granite. The attic floor is paved with clinker bricks and has a small terrace. The frontal is decorated at the top with the main symbol of the Masons - a truncated pyramid, topped with all-seeing eye. There is a wine cellar and a tasting room in the basement.
The interior design of the outhouse uniquely combines the brutality of a medieval castle and romantic decoration of noble estates. A sophisticated and refined atmosphere is created by the portraits of the Grand Dukes decorating walls of stone, antique tapestries, tiled stove and luxury furnishings recalling the glorious history of these places. The water pipeline of the building is connected directly to the sacred spring, once supplying the manor house with pure spring water.
In front of the house, there is a cozy area with an alley surrounded by 200-year old trees illuminated at night.
The outhouse is ideal for lovers or honeymooners looking for a romantic retreat, as well as for people who can duly appreciate this exclusive and romantic place.
Who are the Varangians? They are Scandinavian warriors. They were also called Vikings or Normans. Your imagination will draw an image of a huge horrible man almost 2 meters tall, dressed in animal skin carrying a huge round shield, a huge ax and with a helmet on his head. It is a true image indeed.
The 9th century marked the appearance of the trade route from the Varangians to the Greeks which connected Scandinavia and Constantinople. Ordinary people, merchants and sellers used this route for trade while Vikings attacked their ships to plunder themand make profit from the goods there.
The Sula River, the banks of which we stand on now, is the Neman tributary and it is possible that in the 9th century, it was much wider, deeper and more affluent. Therefore, knowing the geographical location of our country, this could be the river sailed upon in their drakkars by the Varangians.
In the 12-13 centuries, Russian knyazi hired the Varangians to be their soldiers. They took part both in internecine feuds, and in raids on other cities and nations. So, by the end of the 13th century trade relations between the two countries extended, the Varangians adopted the Slavic culture, different name and started to use the water route for trade purposes.
Here you can have a deeper insight into the world of the Vikings, if you book a room and live for some time on this pier.
Manor Governor’s building has a majestic and unique architecture. The locals lovingly call it Steward’s House, nostalgically recalling the glorious times of the Park prosperity. Behind its authentic facade there is a comfortable hotel with 8 rooms. Its facade and interior are made of wood only and combined with wooden furniture simulating olden times create a unique warmth and organic perception.
The warm atmosphere of the Steward’s House will be a truly memorable touch to an exquisite holiday in our manor. You can sleep sound and deep sleep deep, feel relaxed and enjoy peace of mind only once =surrounded by pristine nature and natural interior, that will bring you a lot of energy and efficiency. Having tried it once, you will certainly come back here to experience this enjoyable experience again and again.