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Tourist farm Jager

Straža na Gori 7 3222 Dramlje
+386 (0)3 579 80 61, +386 (0)51 358 039
Altitude : 465 m
Size of farm : 14 ha
Access by bus

Activities on the farm
cross-country skiing, skiing, children's playground, hunting, hiking, bicycling 

Activities in the area
cross-country skiing, hunting, skiing, horseback riding, bicycling, hiking 

Seating : 54 
Open for guests : 1. 1. - 31. 12. 


regional specialties, vegetarian food 

in the countryside 

Payment options
cash only 

Languages spoken
German, Croatian 

If you are a lover of genuine farm food, then visit the Jager farm where they will surprise even the most demanding guests with their excellent homemade meals. The farm of this family of four is situated on a low hill with a beautiful view over the surrounding countryside beside the road from Dramlje to the Žiče Carthusian monastery. There is enough room here for an entire busload of people.
The hostess Urška and her daughter Natalija will pamper you with delicacies, while landlord Stane and the grandfather will tell you something about farm work and local traditions and show you the wine cellar in their vineyard cottage.

The village where the Jagers live is an excellent starting point for a visit to the Žiče Carthusian monastery, which is situated only two kilometers from the birthplace of Saint Anton Martin Slomšek in Ponikva, or the house of the Ipavec brothers and the Rifnik archeological site in Šentjur. If you want a good skiing, you can visit the Rogla ski resort, and you can swim and relax at the Rogaška Slatina, Laško, or Zreče thermal spas.



GPS Northing (N) : 46,2956 
GPS Easting (E) : 15,3919 


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